The new edition of this British Insurance Law Association (BILA)-award winning text is the definitive reference source for marine cargo insurance law.
Written by an author who was closely involved with the revisions to the Institute Cargo Clauses 2009, the work expertly examines marine cargo insurance by reference to important English and foreign legal cases as well as the Marine Insurance Act 1906. Logically arranged to reflect the structure of the Institute Cargo Clauses, the most widely used standard form of cover, this text offers easy to find solutions for today’s busy practitioner.
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This unique text is a one-stop resource for marine insurance lawyers handling cargo claims, and will also be of interest to students and researchers of maritime law.
1. History and Definition of Marine Cargo Insurance
2. Law and Jurisdiction Clauses
3. Open Covers, Policies and Certificates of Insurance
4. Insurable Interest and the Indemnity Principle
5. Good Faith, Non-Disclosure and Misrepresentation and the Duty of Fair Presentation
6. Warranties, Conditions and Exclusions
8. All Risks and Exclusions
9. Named Perils Cover and Insurance for Specific Trades, Commodities and Transits
10. War, Strikes, Terrorism and Rejection Risks
11. Duration of the Insurance 1: The Transit Clause
12. Duration of the Insurance 2: Termination of Carriage and Change of Voyage
13. Claims and Losses
14. Recoverable Expenses and Liabilities: Sue and Labour, Salvage, General Average and Collision Liabilities
15. Measure of Indemnity
16. Subrogation, Double Insurance and Rights of Contribution
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