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Marine Insurance Clauses

PART VI WAR AND STRIKES RISKS FORMS 1. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE From men of war to the terrorists of today If we look at the list of perils which by Lloyd’s form of policy the underwriters were “contented to bear and do take upon us in this voyage”, we find that prominence is given to the warlike and hostile acts which might befall the adventure. Those perils were:

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