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CHAPTER 24 War risks and marine insurance legislation

Miller's Marine War Risks

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War risks and marine insurance legislation

War risks and marine insurance legislation

24.1 Most marine insurance legislation applies to war risks policies as it does to other marine policies and, as such, is described throughout this work in the relevant places. This chapter deals with three distinct matters, namely the nature of the legislation and its effect on common law principles; the duty of fair presentation of the risk; and the control of risk management clauses, including insurance warranties.

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