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Modern Law of Marine Insurance


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Modern Law of Marine Insurance

 Modern Law of Marine Insurance, Volume 3 focuses on current issues affecting the law and practice of the market.

This book gives you:

• An up-to-date analysis of current issues affecting marine insurance law and market practice
• Authoritative advice from leading specialists drawn from the academic and professional worlds
• A comparative analysis of aspects of English, Scandinavian and US law and practice
• The in-depth analysis you require on key topics which are often only touched upon in textbooks

Topics covered include:

• Marine policies and undisclosed principals
• The shifting boundary between marine and non-marine risks
• Jurisdictional issues
• Piracy and terrorism under the Norwegian Insurance Plan
• Liability of marine insurers for late payment of indemnity
• Insuring negligence and due diligence risks
• The new Institute Cargo Clauses 2009
• The concept of indemnity in marine insurance
• Insuring the consequences of unlawful acts committed by third parties
• Development in US marine insurance law

Contents include:

• Marine Insurance Act 1906
• Institute Cargo Clauses (2009) A, B and C
• Institute War Clauses (Cargo) 2009
• Institute Strikes Clauses (Cargo) 2009

Written by a team of leading academics and practitioners:

Professor Howard Bennett, University of Nottingham, UK
Professor Malcolm Clarke, Cambridge University, UK
Professor Yvonne Baatz, Southampton University, UK
Professor Lise-Trine Wilhelmsen, Universitetete I Oslo, Norway
David Foxton Q.C., Essex Court Chambers, UK
Professor Robert Merkin, Southampton University, UK

John Dunt, Clyde & Co, UK
William Melbourne, Clyde & Co, UK
Professor D.Rhidian Thomas, Swansea University, UK
Dr Baris Soyer, Swansea University, UK
Professors Martin Davies, Tulane University, USA
Robert Force, Tulane University, USA