LAW OF MARINE INSURANCE SUSAN HODGES EBOOK

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First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. This book provides a critical and comprehensive study of the law of marine insurance. The book explores the relationship and interaction. Provides a study of the law of marine insurance. This book explores the relationship between the Marine Insurance Act , the Common Law and the terms of.


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Law of Marine Insurance [Susan Hodges] on computerescue.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor. eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book; Length: pages; Word Wise: Enabled; Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled; Page Flip: Enabled. Law of Marine Insurance by Susan Hodges. Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure ePub format.

Companies dealing in Marine Insurance business have found new ways to manage risks and settle disputes in Marine Insurance Sector. What is the nature of Marine Insurances?

What are the requirements for getting a Maritime Insurance policy? How do Shipping Companies deal with the changing markets and choosing the best marine policy? What is the nature of a marine insurance dispute and how is it settled? Is international law equipped with provisions to deal with disputes arising from this arena of law?

It will deal with the methods of dispute resolution that are being adopted in international disputes in maritime trades by companies dealing with it. The efficacy and efficiency of these methods will be analyzed in the course of this research paper. The study is restricted to the point of analysis of risk factor in Marine insurance and the ways in which the dispute have been settled and how a mechanism has evolved from the practices of the industry and respective suggestions have been made on the basis of study.

As the study is doctrinal and is based on the data that were collected by previous research scholars, thus one of the limitations happen to be the reliance on the data that were collected by other research scholars. Secondly, the reading material on such a niche topic is scarce and old.

The online database which is available is also scattered and limited.

Effort has been made to cover all the important areas pertaining to the topic with extra emphasis on the more important ones. Relevant material has also been referred to from the internet. All material so referred has been duly acknowledged. Pertinent authoritative texts that best relate to the topic at hand have been cited with their most recent position emphasized upon.

Best efforts have been taken to make the research as comprehensive as possible, and views from several authors over the same point have been quoted, thus offering a varied and complete outlook to the project. Different interpretations of these legal documents by various legal scholars have been incorporated in the analysis. The first chapter is the introduction to the concept of maritime insurance.

This chapter will deal with the evolution of the maritime insurance form its inception to its development till the 21st century and the legal system that has developed in different jurisdictions to govern and regulate the principles of marine insurance. Types of Marine insurance policies and risks covered by them.

A marine insurance is a very broad term. There is a broad spectrum of insurance policies that are available for a party to choose from. Current legal system on Marine Insurance. This chapter deals with the current laws, international treaties, conventions and charters that have been drafted in different systems by the legislature, international organizations and committees. It analyses the scope of the current legal system governing the Law of marine insurance and the dispute settlement mechanism that has been provided in it.

Practices of the industry in marine insurance business. There has been a huge discussion in the international arena with respect to the inconsistency between the legal system and the practices of the industry in marine insurance with respect to the settlement of disputes.

This chapter analyses those inconsistencies and the ways in which the Marine industry has evolved to develop its own mechanism for dispute resolution. Disputes Settlement in marine insurance cases This chapter deals with the decided cases and instances of disputes in the marine insurance law.

It will also try to reflect upon the disparity in the current legal system and practices of the marine insurance industry with respect to the settlement of the disputes and reflect upon how the industry has developed its own practices and procedures for settlement of disputes.

The conclusion of this paper will be based on the relevant findings that will be made in due course. However, one of the conclusion will be based on the fact that the laws governing the dispute settlement mechanism in the marine insurance are old and are inconsistent with the changing times and practices that have evolved from the marine insurance industry.

Marine insurance act United Kingdom Carriage of goods by sea act India Carriage of Goods by Sea Act United Kingdom Heague Rules The Hamburg rules of Secondary Sources: 1. A Reference note released by Government of Maharashtra. Regional initiatives such as those in Scandinavia have made their mark in seeking both certainty and reform. But for many countries that inherited the Act directly or indirectly, marine insurance law has remained static and relatively stable, and that stability has been reflected in the comparative paucity of reported marine insurance cases in most maritime jurisdictions.

Unfortunately, the stability of the law of marine insurance has not been mirrored in a like stability in marine insurance practice.

Law of Marine Insurance

Many sectors of the industry now face survival challenges. Perhaps it was these same hard times that in turn prompted an evaluation of the national legal regimes in which marine insurance operates. It is closely linked with banking and shipping.

Banks generally finance the goods which are transported by the ships or by other means of transport in case of internal trade and marine insurance protect such goods against loss or damage.

Without such protection the entire trade structure is bound to suffer. A sale contract which is an essential feature in the trade involves a seller and a downloader, apart from the other parties like the carrier, the bank, and the clearing agent. The question that Whether the insurance of the goods in transits is to be the responsibility of the seller or the downloader, depends on the type of the sale contract in any transaction.

This paper will be aiming at a better understanding of the law related with the marine insurance and the prevaling disputes and developments that the insurance industry has faced over the years to devlop into its current form and structure.

The insurance industry has grown over the years and the amount of trade that has been done is on the practices followed by the industry. The national, international and treaty based legislations are however not in consonance with the prevaling practices of the industry and such inconsistencies need to be examined by the means of this paper.

Hodges is undoubtedly an authority on the law of marine insurance. She has very catagorically and precisely listed out the areas and aspects that are related to a maritie insurance and has nicely conceptualised the principles of indemnity into the technical and complex aspects of maritime law and shipping.

Susan hodges is undoubtedly an authority on the law of marine insurance.

Cases & Materials on Marine Insurance Law

In this book she has nicely examined the Marine insurance law with the help of cases and different reading materials on the issues that she has dealt with in her earlier book which was published in the year The cases and materials give an insight to different issues that are related with the dispute settlement of a marine insurance dispute.

Hodges Susan, Cases and materials on Marine Insurance laws, Cavendish Publishing limited, This book gives an overview of the law of the carriage of goods by sea. The books has nicely explained the basic concepts that are related to bills of lading, ship voyage, a Charter party and other important terms that affect a maritime contract.

The case law is presented under seperate headings. This paper seeks to deal with some important underlying policy questions faced by legislatures, governments and courts in dealing with the issues thrown up by international commerce and dispute resolution, and, in particular, maritime commerce and dispute resolution.

The Hon. To investigate the nature and form of disputes in Marine insurance. To explore the ways that is in vogue in settlement of dispute in a Marine insurance Business. To identify the inconsistency between the industries practice and the current legal systems.

The laws and legislations relating to dispute settlement in marine insurance disputes are not consistent with the practices of the marine insurance industry. Companies dealing in Marine Insurance business have found new ways to manage risks and settle disputes in Marine Insurance Sector.

What is the nature of Marine Insurances? What are the requirements for getting a Maritime Insurance policy?

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How do Shipping Companies deal with the changing markets and choosing the best marine policy? What is the nature of a marine insurance dispute and how is it settled?

Is international law equipped with provisions to deal with disputes arising from this arena of law? It will deal with the methods of dispute resolution that are being adopted in international disputes in maritime trades by companies dealing with it. The efficacy and efficiency of these methods will be analyzed in the course of this research paper.

The study is restricted to the point of analysis of risk factor in Marine insurance and the ways in which the dispute have been settled and how a mechanism has evolved from the practices of the industry and respective suggestions have been made on the basis of study.

As the study is doctrinal and is based on the data that were collected by previous research scholars, thus one of the limitations happen to be the reliance on the data that were collected by other research scholars.

Secondly, the reading material on such a niche topic is scarce and old. The online database which is available is also scattered and limited.It is over years since maritime lawyers last made a concerted and international attempt to agree the harmonization of certain basic issues of marine insurance law.

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All material so referred has been duly acknowledged. This paper seeks to deal with some important underlying policy questions faced by legislatures, governments and courts in dealing with the issues thrown up by international commerce and dispute resolution, and, in particular, maritime commerce and dispute resolution. Perhaps it was these same hard times that in turn prompted an evaluation of the national legal regimes in which marine insurance operates.

This paper will be aiming at a better understanding of the law related with the marine insurance and the prevaling disputes and developments that the insurance industry has faced over the years to devlop into its current form and structure.

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