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The 5th Edition of Philippine Insurance Code Annotated by Lohel Martinez Now Available

As a Researcher in the Economic Department of where I used to work, I’ve come across the book Philippine Insurance Code Annotated  by Lohel Martinez several times  and wouldn’t you know it the person who wrote it is related to  one of the person I looked up to in the blogging world. Such a happy coincidence. The book I mentioned is now on its 5th Edition and is already available!

The 5th Edition Philippine Insurance Code Annotated  by Lohel Martinez is based on the Philippine Insurance Code (Presidential Decree No. 612) which was extensively amended by Republic Act no. 10607--- and includes universally accepted insurance principles in Life & Non-Life, leading decided cases, and good customs of the industry.

Author Lohel A. Martirez with his youngest daughter Hazel M. Garcia who is also working in the insurance industry.

Carefully selected reference materials from various sources both here and abroad were studied and explained, in a manner and style understood on first reading.

Martirez has served the insurance industry for more than five decades in various capacities both in the home offices and the field, as Executive Vice President/ Chief Operating Officer and other previous managerial positions. He was also Annotator of the Supreme Court Reports Annotated (SCRA); Court of Appeals Reports Annotated (CARA); Philippine Reports Annotated (PRA); and as Editorial Staff Member of the Supreme Court Decided Cases Quick Index Digest. All his works are published and distributed by Central Book Supply, Inc. nationwide.


To order a copy, you may contact Central Books at tel. no. (02) 372-3550 loc. 31 or email info@central.com.ph.

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