By E R Hardy Ivamy
Review of the ninth edition:
Lloyd's List "As a well-known standard work, revised by an equally well-known expert, the book is virtually its own recommendation. It simply remains to note that E R Hardy Ivamy's writing style also maintains its customary lucidity."
The Marine Insurance Act 1906 remains the basis of marine insurance. This book continues to be the definitive work on the subject, providing a clear and straight forward analysis of the Act which is amply illustrated by case law. With notes set out immediately after the text of each section, followed by illustrations, this tenth edition explains the meaning of the sections of the act more readily. Including cases from other countries, particularly the USA, all will find this well-known and respected book of immense value.
Insurance and maritime lawyers, in-house counsel throughout the industry, underwriters, brokers, academics and students will all find this well-known book of immense value.
Disclosure and Representations
Assignment of Policy
Loss and Abandonment
Partial Losses (including Salvage and General Average and Particular Charges)
Measure of Indemnity
Rights of Insurer on Payment
Returns of Premium