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Maritime Letters of Indemnity

11 IMPLIED INDEMNITIES GENERALLY 11.1 In the majority of cases, the terms of agreements to indemnify are set out in express written contracts entered into between shipowners, charterers, shippers, and/or receivers, usually in a charterparty or a contract of sale. However, in some instances where a letter of indemnity has not been agreed in advance, a carrier may seek to obtain redress on the basis of an implied indemnity.

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