assignment of rights

A liability insurance contract describes obligations which the insurer owes to the policyholder, which in turn creates corresponding rights, held by the policyholder, to receive policy benefits. As part of a settlement of third party liability litigation, policyholders often sell or assign to a plaintiff some of these rights. See, Article: Assignment of Policyholder’s Claims to a Plaintiff.

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