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Beijing Law Review
The Marine Insurance Act 2015 (UK) marked the start of a contemporary period for insurance law because the Act improved the regime for the duty of good faith by transitioning to the duty of fair presentation from traditional doctrines of utmost good faith in the Marine Insurance Act 1906 in the UK. While the obligation of utmost good faith made up the firm cornerstone of insurance law in the past, it has not been an extensive and all-encompassing duty because the nature of uberrimae fidei indoi:10.4236/blr.2020.111006 fatcat:xcidaqwhuzhmhei46xebjwufua