Significance of Jurisprudential of Cooperative Insurance Contract
Dr. Loiy Ahmad Al-Sheyab, Mohammad Ahmad Alrawashdeh
This study addressed the theoretical introductions concerning insurance jurisprudential rules, identified them, and demonstrated their importance and scholars' opinions about their validity. The study addressed jurisprudence adaptation for a cooperative insurance contract and its judgment and attempted to deduce it based on jurisprudence rules related to the cooperative insurance contract, including "no harm, no disadvantages," "the action was taken by the governor is based on public interest," "all the contracts of donations are not affected by impeaching validity," "subordinates are more exposed to forgiveness than others," "things are allowed," "need is equivalent to necessity, either a general or private," "ransom is imposed on the mindful adult in case of mistake and semi-deliberate acts." The study concluded with the necessity of employing the jurisprudential rules to find out the best solutions.