Arnould Law of Marine Insurance explains the form, contents and construction of marine insurance policies, and the procedures and evidence required in bringing a case. The 19th edition includes extensive analysis and incorporation of the impact of the Insurance Act 2015 on all matters pertaining to marine insurance.
Arnould Law of Marine Insurance explains the form, contents and construction of marine insurance policies, and the procedures and evidence required in bringing a case.
The first supplement to the 19th edition covers developments since publication of the 19th edition, such as:
An illustration of the modern approach to the construction of warranties in Bluebon Ltd v Ageas (UK) Ltd
The interpretation by the Supreme Court of ‘any person acting maliciously’ in The B Atlantic
Englehart CTP (US) LLC v Lloyds Syndicate 1221 on physical/non-physical loss in all risk cargo policies
The implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive
The potential impact of Brexit upon Brussels Regulation 2012
The Court of Appeal decision in Aspen Underwriting Ltd v Credit Europe Bank N.V. on the concept of the ‘weaker party’
Kaefer Aislamientos SA de CV v AMS Drilling Mexico SA de CV and others
The approach to be adopted to questions of causation and as to what matters should be dealt with on the basis of loss of chance or balance of probability in cases of breach of duty of care of an insurance broker is clarified in Dalamd Ltd v Butterworth Spengler Commercial Ltd
General Average in The Longchamp