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Report No. 85

1.13. Devices adopted in various countries to effect reform.-

The devices adopted to effect reform on the subject also vary from country to country. In some countries, such reform has been effected by judicial decisions.1 In some other countries, on the other hand, it has assumed the shape of legislation. England has effected it in part by legislation, and, in part, by certain administrative arrangements, particularly, those constituting the Motor Insurers Bureau. The content of the reform effected in various countries also varies as will be evident from the detailed study2 that we append.

1. E.g. France (See Appendix 4).

1. Appendix 4.

Claims for Compensation under Chapter 8 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 Back

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