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PART II MARINE CARGO FORMS

Marine Insurance Clauses

PART II MARINE CARGO FORMS 1. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: CARGO INSURANCE FROM LLOYD’S FORM TO THE PRESENT DAY The extent of cover provided Until relatively recently all cargo insurance was written on restricted terms. Looking at the list of perils which the underwriters on Lloyd’s SG form were “contented to bear and did take upon themselves”, we find that they fall into two main categories:

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