War, Terror and Carriage by Sea provides a comprehensive legal analysis of the law and practice relating to the impact of war or war related risks, terrorism and piracy on international commercial shipping. It includes a detailed review of: • International Hull Clauses, the Institute War and Strikes Clauses, and by the P&I Associations and War Risk Associations in respect of war, war related, terrorist and associated risks • The impact of the threat oroccurrence of such risks on international carriage by sea including a review of the principal time and voyagecharter forms • A detailed review of the December 2002 amendments to the SOLAS 1974 Convention and the regulations and provisions contained in the ISPS Code
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. War and the Law Chapter 2. Civil War and Civil Commotion Chapter 3. Hostilities and Warlike Operations Chapter 4. Revolution, Rebellion and Insurrection Chapter 5. Terrorism Chapter 6. Hull and Machinery Cover Chapter 7. War Risks and Related Perils under the Hull Cover Chapter 8. Insured Perils under the Institute War and Strike Clauses Chapter 9. Capture and Seizure Chapter 10. Restraint Chapter 11. Detainment Chapter 12. Any Terrorist or any Person Acting Maliciously or from a Political Motive Chapter 13. Other Perils and Exclusions in the War Risk Cover Chapter 14. Duty of Good Faith Chapter 15. War and Frustration Chapter 16. War and Port Safety Chapter 17. War Risks Clauses Chapter 18. War Cancellation Chapter 19. Requisition Chapter 20. War Related Exceptions Chapter 21. Additional War Risk Premium Chapter 22. Terrorism- The International Response - Part 1 Chapter 23. Terrorism - The International Response - Part 2
Keith Michel is a visiting professor at UCL, and former partner of Holman Fenwick and Willan, where his practice involved litigation, arbitration and advisory work covering most aspects of marine litigation, international trade and insurance, in particular in the energy field.