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CHAPTER 9 Causation

Perils of the Seas and Inherent Vice in Marine Insurance Law

Page 175 CHAPTER 9 Causation Introduction The doctrine of proximate cause is a fundamental yet challenging issue in marine insurance law. Determining the proximate cause of a loss is, in particular, a complex issue. It has remained a central issue, particularly after recent case law. 1

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