Direct claims against marine insurers in the English legal system
Asia Pacific Law Review, 18, (2), .
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This article discusses the opportunities for third-party claims directly against marine insurers, with a specific focus on claims arising out of a tort, first under English law and then in the context of choice of jurisdiction where there is an English arbitration or jurisdiction clause. The opportunities to make such claims are determined by the law of the jurisdiction and the pre-conditions it stipulates, the law of jurisdiction applicable in the courts of intended suit, as well as the rules on choice of law applied by each jurisdiction.
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