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Arnould: Law of Marine Insurance and Average

Arnould: Law of Marine Insurance and Average
21st Edition
Series:  British Shipping Laws
Practice Area:  Insurance Law, Shipping
ISBN:  9780414120341
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Jul 2024
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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Arnould Law of Marine Insurance and Average explains the form, contents and construction of marine insurance policies, and the procedures and evidence required in bringing a case.

  • Provides a in-depth commentary and analysis of the principles, law and practice of marine insurance
  • Offers a first port of call for guidance and insight on the principles of marine insurance and their application in cases
  • Discusses legislation and market clauses
  • Provides a detailed examination of the matters which affect validity of cover
  • Analyses the coverage of marine policies, the measure of indemnity and the rights and duties of the parties

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  • 1 The Contract of Marine Insurance Generally
  • 2 Forms and Contents of Marine Policies
  • 3 The Construction of Marine Policies
  • 4 Classes of Marine Insurers
  • 5 Jurisdiction and Applicable Law
  • 6 The Premium: Payment and Return
  • 7 The Assured's Agents: Rights, Duties and Liabilities
  • 8 Persons Who May Claim on the Policy
  • 9 Floating Policies and Open Covers
  • 10 The Subjects of Marine Insurance
  • 11 Insurable Interest
  • 12 Valuation of Insurable Interests
  • 13 Duration of Risk: Time Policies and Voyage Policies
  • 14 Change of Voyage, Deviation and Delay
  • 15 The Pre-contractual Duty of Utmost Good Faith: General Principles
  • 16 Non-disclosure
  • 17 Misrepresentation
  • 18 The Post-contractual Duty of Utmost Good Faith and Fraudulent Claims
  • 18A The Consumer Insurance Act 2012
  • 18B The Insurance Act 2015
  • 19 Warranties and Other Terms
  • 20 Implied Warranties: Seaworthiness
  • 20A Contracting Out of the Insurance Act 2015 Regime
  • 21 Illegality of the Risk
  • 22 Losses Covered by the Policy: General Principles
  • 23 Marine Risks
  • 24 War Risks
  • 25 Sue and Labour Expenses
  • 26 General Average
  • 27 Particular Average
  • 28 Actual Total Loss
  • 29 Constructive Total Loss
  • 30 Abandonment
  • 31 Subrogation
  • 32 Double Insurance and Contribution
  • 33 Reinsurance


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