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Marine Insurance: Law and Practice

CHAPTER 7 PARTIES I GENERAL POSITION 7.1 The general common law rule is that only the parties to a contract have rights and obligations under that contract, although this rule is subject to a number of exceptions. The doctrine of privity of contract is a large subject which is more appropriately dealt with in general works on the law of contract and the law of insurance. It is sufficient to note a few central points here.

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