Arnould’s Law of Marine Insurance provides a complete and authoritative interpretation of the law and practice of marine insurance. It includes in-depth analysis of the principles of marine insurance, together with a detailed examination of the marine insurance contract, the different types of losses, and the procedures and evidence required in bringing a case.
The book offers in-depth commentary on the latest cases and codes, keeping the practitioner up-to-date on how the courts are applying the principles.
- Explains what a marine insurance contract is, how it is formed and what it covers
- Provides detailed analysis of matters that affect validity of cover
- Analyses the various marine and war perils
- Examines the different types of losses and how to deal with them
- Considers the correct procedures to follow and the evidence required to make a case
- Explains the implications of important recent cases
- Discusses the Institute Clauses in current use, the York-Antwerp Rules and the Association of Average Adjusters rules of practice
Previously announced with ISBN 9780414024281
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd