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Dictionary of marine insurance terms and clauses

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Published by Witherby & Co. in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesDictionary of marine insurance terms.
StatementRobert H. Brown.
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Open LibraryOL21920060M
ISBN 100948691433

Average (marine insurance): in marine insurance the term is generally used to describe damage or loss. Average (non-marine insurance): in non-marine insurance, the term relates to the practice of scaling down the amount of a claim by applying the ratio of the actual sum insured to the amount deemed to have been the appropriate sum insured.


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Nautical dictionary: defining the technical language relative to the building and equipment of sailing vessels and steamers, seamanship, navigation, nautical astronomy, naval gunnery, maritime law and commerce, general and particular average and marine insurance, and other terms relating to maritime affairs.

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Brown. MARINE INSURANCE GLOSSARY 1 Abaft: "Aft"- Towards the rear (stern) of a vessel. 2 Abandonment: In marine insurance, a term used to define the act of an insured giving up the proprietary rights in insured property to the underwriter in exchange for payment of a constructive total loss.

3 Abeam: At right angle to a vessel's Size: KB. Definition. A type of insurance designed to provide coverage for the transportation of goods either on the ocean or by land as well as damage to the waterborne instrument of conveyance and to the liability for third parties arising out of the process.

The two branches of marine insurance are ocean marine (primarily water-based exposures). Our Services. Clients login; About us; Subscription Plans; Advertise with us; Links. Title: Witherbys Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Marine Insurance Number of Volumes: 1 Edition: Sixth Edition Number of Pages: Product Code: Q ISBN: ISBN (), ISBN () Published Date: December Binding Format: Paperback Book Height: mm Book Width: mm Book.

Accident Forgiveness. With Accident Forgiveness (not available in CA, CT, and MA) on your GEICO auto insurance policy, your insurance rate won't go up as a result of your first at-fault accident. Actual Cash Value. The fair market value of property; technically, replacement cost less depreciation.

Actuary. A statistician who computes insurance risks and premiums. Glossary of Insurance Terms. Insurance - a broad form of marine legal liability insurance coverage.

Provider Sponsored Network (PSN) Subrogation Clause - section of insurance policies giving an insurer the right to take legal action against a third party responsible for a loss to an insured for which a claim has been paid.

A Marine Cargo Insurance term meaning “Cost & Freight”. Seller does not arrange the insurance, this is the responsibility of the buyer. CIF A Marine Cargo Insurance term meaning “Cost, Insurance and Freight”.

Conditions/Clauses in a Marine Policy There are mainly three types of clauses in marine policy: 1. Hull Clauses 2. Cargo Clauses 3.

Freight clauses 4. Hull Clauses These clauses are especially framed with the insurance on vessels and are inserted in hull policies.

Passman, M. (), Interpreting Sea Piracy Clauses in Marine Insurance Contracts, Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, Google Scholar Pfeifer, R. (–5), Navigating Through the Shoals of the Marine Hull Policy: A Chart for Insurers, University of San Francisco Maritime Law Journal,   A brief introduction to marine cargo insurance.

Contents. the focus will remain on a traditional marine cargo book of business. Back to top. Typical cover provided. The main clauses used in the London market and worldwide are the Institute Cargo Clauses A, B and C which give a choice of cover ranging from All Risks with the A clauses (where.

marine insurance market lloyd’s, a corporate established in london, is the biggest centre for marine insurance in the world lloyd’s was a coffee house frequented by the tradesmen, ship- owners and others the coffee house became the meeting ground for: brokers, insurers and ship owners for negotiating their business.

Dictionary of Insurance Terms -A- • Absolute Liability: Liability for damages even though fault or negligence cannot be proven. • Accident: An event or occurrence which is unforeseen and unintended. • Act of God: A flood, earthquake or other non preventable accident resulting from natural causes that occur without any human intervention.

• Activities of Daily Living: A list of File Size: KB. Contact IRMI. International Risk Management Institute, Inc. Merit Drive, Suite Dallas, TX () () MEANING OF MARINE INSURANCE A contract of marine insurance is an agreement whereby the insurer undertakes to indemnify the insured, in the manner and to the extent thereby agreed, against transit losses, that is to say losses incidental to transit.

A contract of marine insurance may by its express terms or byFile Size: KB. The Marine Insurance Act provides a basis for computing partial loss claims. This is based on a comparison of Gross Sound and Damaged Market Values and apply the depreciation percentage to the sum insured.

This method is not suitable for machinery-some machinery may in fact not have a market or may fetch very less price if sold. Marine insurance covers the loss or damage of ships, cargo, terminals, and any transport by which the property is transferred, acquired, or held between the points of origin and the final destination.

Cargo insurance is the sub-branch of marine insurance, though Marine insurance also includes Onshore and Offshore exposed property, (container terminals, ports, oil.

Glossary on General Insurance Terms A to Z. A Commonly used in Marine Cargo Insurance, refers to the insurer's maximum commitment under the policy for all The term assigned risk is also used in Workers' compensation law.

or OR ASSIGNED RISK CLAUSE A method of providing insurance required by state insurance codes for those risks that are. MANUAL A book published by an insurance or bonding company or a rating association or bureau that gives rates, classifications, and underwriting rules.

MARINE INSURANCE Coverage for goods in transit, and for the commercial vehicles that transport them, on water and over land. The term may apply to inland marine but more generally applies to. A clause contained in most property insurance policies to encourage policy holders to carry a reasonable amount of insurance.

If the insured fails to maintain the amount specified in the clause (Usually at least 80%), the insured shares a higher proportion of the loss. In medical insurance a percentage of each claim that the insured will bear. This book brings together the case law on marine cargo insurance to assist practitioners lawyers, underwriters, insurance brokers, surveyors, or investigators to resolve issues of meaning and interpretation of the Institute Cargo Clauses (ICC), the most widely-used standard form of marine cargo insurance coverage.

The book examines marine cargo insurance by. TITLE: A compendium of the law of marine insurances, bottomry, insurance on lives, and of insurance against fire: in which the mode of calculating averages is defined, and illustrated by examples PUBLISHER: London: Printed by A.

Strahan for J. Butterworth, Glossary of Insurance Terms Actuary A professional trained in the mathematics of insurance and risk management, including the calculations of premiums, policy reserves and other values. Agent The insurance company representative who sells policies on behalf of the insurer.

An independent agent represents more than one company; a captive agent represents only one. In Marine insurance this is the right of an insured to abandon lost or damaged property and still claim full settlement from an insurer subject to certain restrictions.

Accidents. In insurance terms, events that are not deliberately caused by the insured and that are not inevitable. marine insurance: Coverage against loss of or damage to a ship; and in-transit cargo loss or damage over waterways, land, and air. Use this informative property and casualty insurance glossary to better understand basic insurance terms and definitions.

Learn insurance industry vocabulary that will help you better understand your insurance policies. Every industry has its own jargon, and the property and casualty insurance business is no exception. Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which are controlling.

Such terms and availability may vary by state and exclusions may apply. Define clause. clause synonyms, clause pronunciation, clause translation, English dictionary definition of clause.

Clauses are groups of words that contain both a subject and a predicate. deductible - a clause in an insurance policy that relieves the insurer of The memorandum-book begins with the well-known words saying that `the. Witherby Seamanship International Ltd, is a specialist publisher of marine training, reference and regulatory materials, providing the finest books and publications to the shipping industry.

Offshore Vessel Management and Self Assessment, (OVMSA). This publication, now in its fourth edition is the definitive guide to help those who have the. Is intended to give common, non-technical definitions for basic insurance terms. It does not provide the reader with policy, legal or contractual definitions; Farmers® specific acronyms; or terminology which is unique to the Farmers companies.

Is not intended to be all-inclusive. More detailed glossaries of insurance terms are available on the market and through the Internet. Marine insurance definition, ocean marine insurance.

See more. clause which provides coverage for any latent defect in hull or machinery. Whenever a loss is caused by any such latent defect it is almost certain that there would be coverage notwithstanding that the same defect could be a breach of the implied warranty of seaworthiness.

(See Arnould, Law of Marine Insurance and Average, at para) ILLEGALITY. Glossary. Most of the definitions below are provided courtesy of the Insurance Institute of Canada. Definitions provided by Insurance Bureau of Canada are indicated with an asterisk ("*"). The language of insurance can be quite complex and confusing.

Below are some commonly used insurance terms and their Size: KB. Marine Cargo Insurance $ (inc GST) $ (ex GST) Marine Insurance Clauses, 5th Edition $ (inc GST) $ (ex GST) Law of Marine Insurance, 2nd Edition $ (inc GST) $ (ex GST). Glossary of Commercial Insurance Terms Commercial insurance is divided into two main categories: property insurance and casualty insurance.

Property insurance provides coverage for property that is stolen, damaged, or destroyed by a covered peril. The term "property insurance" includes many lines of available insurance.A form of insurance in which the insurer undertakes to indemnify the insured against loss of the ship (hull insurance), the cargo, any sums paid in freight (freight insurance), or any liability to a third party occurring during a sea voyage.

A marine insurance contract may be extended to losses on inland waters or to risks on land that may be incidental to a sea voyage.Case on Subrogation in Marine Insurance M/S Rainbow Shipping Ltd.

suffered a loss of Rs. 3 crore due to one of its ships getting stuck in the sand, in shallow waters. The cost of recovering and re-floating the vessel was deemed exorbitantly high (higher than the value of a new ship of the same capacity and make).