Ml Jhingan Macroeconomics Pdf 27l
Comprehensive text, including basic concepts, micro and macroeconomics, money, banking , international trade and public finance. Volume: 800 pages
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The textbook presents a modern version of the theory of money and the organization of money circulation.
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The book deals with monetary and credit systems, as well as monetary relations.
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Even if we were to accept Ewer’s argument that insurance carriers should not be allowed to terminate at will the coverage of their policyholders, we would still deny the relief requested by Ewer in this case because Ewer conceded in the trial court that the terms of coverage were contained on the face of the policy. Thus, Ewer had a duty to read the policy to learn the coverage limits under the policy. Failure to do so could not later preclude Ewer from relying on the language of the policy to relieve her of her duty to file suit within the limitations period. “The general rule that ignorance of a cause of action, or of the existence of facts creating a cause of action, will not excuse failure to sue within the applicable statutory period, except where fraud is concealed from the claimant, is applicable in these cases.” Bazile v. Lawrence, 312 So.2d 17, 19 (La.1975). Ewer’s reliance on the fraud exception to the general rule is misplaced.
Ewer relies on her husband’s testimony that he thought all medical expenses were covered, even those incurred after 1993. However, we have already determined that there was no coverage for expenses incurred after 1993. This, therefore, was a mistaken belief which Ewer