Since insurance contracts are generally standard forms with many detailed provisions drawn up by the

Since insurance contracts are generally standard forms with many detailed provisions drawn up by the insurer, they are considered to be:

A. contracts of adhesion.

B. unenforceable if the insured cannot negotiate terms.

C. insurable interests.

D. contrary to the indemnity principle.

 

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