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Illegal Performance of Marine Insurance Contracts

Illegal Performance of Marine Insurance Contracts
Illegal Performance of Marine Insurance Contracts
The issue of illegality is a subject which has recently attracted considerable attention. Since the judgment in The Sea Glory case, the legal positions of the guilty assured and the defence for the assured after the commission of illegality need clarification, especially under the circumstance of section 41 of the Marine Insurance Act 1906. This section is commonly considered a bad and ambiguous rule of marine insurance and violation of it may lead
to some harsh consequences.
Wang, Feng
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Wang, Feng
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Wang, Feng (2014) Illegal Performance of Marine Insurance Contracts. Journal of the British Insurance Law Association, 127.

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The issue of illegality is a subject which has recently attracted considerable attention. Since the judgment in The Sea Glory case, the legal positions of the guilty assured and the defence for the assured after the commission of illegality need clarification, especially under the circumstance of section 41 of the Marine Insurance Act 1906. This section is commonly considered a bad and ambiguous rule of marine insurance and violation of it may lead
to some harsh consequences.

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Published date: October 2014

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/469217
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Last modified: 09 Sep 2022 16:38

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