2 edition of Insurance law relating to all risks other than marine found in the catalog.
Insurance law relating to all risks other than marine
E. J. MacGillivray
by Sweet & Maxwell
Written in English
Previous ed.(B54-61) 1954.
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The Marine Insurance Act, codifies the law relating to Marine Insurance. With a few exceptions this Act closely follows the UK Marine Insurance Act, Under his Act various definitions of principles of insurance and terminology have been defined which we have explained in the other module under Chapter “Marine Insurance”. Get this from a library! MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.. [Evan James MacGillivray; Michael Parkington].
This webinar is based off information contained in the book International Cargo Insurance (Series: Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library; Published by Informa Law from Routledge (Aug ) contributed to by Stephen V. Rible. The presentation will cover the following material: ALL RISKS. ALL RISKS: All risks defined; Fortuity; Burden of proof. The law of marine insurance constitutes a major branch of the law of international trade and shipping law which is of considerable international importance. This new edition gives a clear, updated account of English marine insurance law, combining detailed analysis of modern statute and case law with a clear comprehension of practice and commerce in the shipping world.
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Common law and civil law definitions of marine insurance: they are very similar. Terminology of marine insurance in a nutshell: the insured (assured, policyholder), the insurer (underwriter, assurer, insurance company), the subject-matter insured and many other terms peculiar to marine insurance, which will be explained throughout the Size: KB.
MARINE INSURANCE UBC Law Christopher J. Giaschi OUTLINE An all risks policy, on the other hand, provides much broader coverage. An all risks policy is one It is not unusual for a policy of marine insurance to have more than one underwriter. In fact, it is usual for there to be more than one.
The policy will name the underwriters and File Size: KB. Howard Bennett (Hind Professor of Commercial Law at University of Nottingham) teaches on law of contract, principles of commercial law, law of marine insurance, maritime law, law of international trade finance, law of international carriage of goods by sea and his research interests are international trade and shipping law (particular marine 5/5(1).
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v. Zurich Canada, FC FCA Précis: The Federal Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal relating to insufficient packaging and discussed at length the burden of proof under an all risks policy.(i) In marine insurance law the amount recoverable is based on values when risk commences 17/ rather than, as in non-marine insurance law, the time of loss.
(ii) In marine insurance law a contract may be ratified after the insured has become aware of the loss. 18/ In non-marine insurance law the same is true in Canada and the USA, however, the.Marine Insurance Law, Second Edition introduces and clearly explains all topics covered in courses at Masters level, offering students and those new to the area a comprehensive and accessible overview and way into this important topic in maritime law.
Beginning by introducing the general principles of the subject and structure and formation of insurance contracts, this text goes on to look at /5(7).