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MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.

Evan James MacGillivray

MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.

by Evan James MacGillivray

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Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Insurance law -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes legislation and index.

      Other titlesInsurance law relating to all risks other than marine.
      ContributionsParkington, Michael., O"Dowd, A. P.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD1859 .M25 1975
      The Physical Object
      Paginationcxxxiv, 1127, 60 p. ;
      Number of Pages1127
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4938110M
      ISBN 100421149604
      LC Control Number76365315
      OCLC/WorldCa2525561

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      1 ABANDONMENT IN MARINE INSURANCE LAW: AN HISTORICAL-COMPARATIVE STUDY a thesis submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements of the degree PhD at the Institute of Meritime Law, UNIVERSITY OF NATAL, by CHRISTIAAN GEORG MARNEWICK SC, B Juris, LLB, Dip Mar Law, LLM. See in general MacGillivray & Parkington on Insurance Law (8th ed ), para 90 A marine insurance contract is an exception: see Marine Insurance Act , s 50(1). 91 Doe d Pitt v Laming () 4 C 75; ER 92 In this section the discussion of Claytons Case is relevant not only generally in England and Wales but also in.


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2 While the Act applies only to marine insurance, it is well settled that, except for the reference in subsection (1) to con­structive knowledge, s 18 states correctly the law applicable to all insurance contracts (see, for example, Pan Atlantic Insurance Co Ltd v. The Merine Insurance Act of which has codified the law relating to marine insurance defines "marine insurance" in section 3 as under: "A contract of marine insurance is an agreement whereby the insurer undertakes to indemnify the assured, in the manner and to the extent thereby agreed, against marine losses, that is to say, the losses.

Although the issues arise under a policy of non-marine insurance it is convenient to state them by reference to the Marine Insurance Act since it has been accepted in argument, and is indeed laid down in several authorities, that in relevant respects the common law relating to the two types of insurance is the same, and that the Act.

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4 Being a reference to: MacGillivray on Insurance Law 5 See E.R. Hardy Ivamy, General Principles of Insurance Law (3rd ed), pp 13 [58] In MacGillivary on Insurance Law the law 6 is stated as follows: “[T]he assured must disclose to the insurer all facts material to the insurer’s appraisal of the risk which are known or deemed to be.

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Sno Subject Title Author Publisher Class Year of Publication Place of Publication Edition ISBN 1 Roman Law J L Jaini 2 Election Law Referendum D Butler (42) London 3 Election Law Referendum U Kitzinger (42) London 4 Election Law General Elections in India S Paul (54) New Delhi.The ALRC concluded that, amongst other things, section 54 'was broader than necessary to address the deficiencies of the present law of marine insurance.' The effect of the first limb of section 54 must be restrained to a certain extent to maintain an equitable balance between the interests of .Finally, and whilst recognising that each case turns on its own facts, and the particular words of the policy under consideration, Insurers submit that the court should take into consideration previous decisions of the court on identical or materially identical policy wording (referring to MacGillivray on Insurance Law (13th Edit.) at paragraph.