A Digest of the Law of Shipping and of Marine Insurance (Google eBook)

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Reeves and Turner, 1883 - Insurance law - 420 pages
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Contents

Delivery up of and duration of agreement
29
Duties of masters and owners as to agreement
30
Offences by seamen
31
Procedure as to such offences
32
Remuneration of seamen
34
Allotment of wages and conditional advance notes
35
Paying off seamen
37
Discharge of seamen abroad
38
Forfeiture of wages
40
Recovery of wages by Board of Trade
42
The Passengers 34 Eights and duties of passengers
43
Liability of shipowner for loss of passengers luggage
46
Equipment of passenger ships
47
Charterparties 37 Execution of charterparties
49
Construction of charterparties
52
Exoneration clauses
53
Demurrage
55
Tho cargo
57
Breach of charterparty
58
Warranty of ships
62
Stamp duty
63
Eescission of charterparty
64
Violating blockade
66
Bills of Lading paoe 48 Bills of ladingwhat and effect of
68
Duties of shipmaster with respect to bills of lading
71
The property in the goods shipped in whom
73
Bights and duties of consignor consignee or in dorsee
74
Indorsement of a bill of lading
77
Bill of lading in parts
79
Assignment by consignor of bill of lading
80
Stoppage in Transitu 55 Stoppage in transitu what
82
Who can stop in transitu
84
Alina The 147
86
Right to stop in transitu how defeated and equit able stoppage in transitu
87
Duration of the transitus
91
What will amount to stoppage in transitu and its effect
92
Shipowner and Shipmaster 61 Seaworthiness of ship
94
Duties of the master
96
BOOK II
97
Delay or deviation
98
Shipmasters powers
100
Bill of lading conclusive delivery of cargo
102
Entry and landing of goods by consignee
104
Liability of shipowner as to cargo
105
Garbutt 147
106
Jurisdiction in case of damage to cargo
108
Through booking contracts
110
Shipmasters rights and lien Ill 71 Authority of the master
114
Masters Mates and Engineers certificates
115
Freight PAOB 73 Duties of charterer
118
Freight what and when due
119
Amount of freight
121
When consignee or indorsee liable for freight
124
Temperley
125
Freight when due after capture
126
Freight pro ratd ilineris
128
Freight after transhipment c
129
Shipowners lien for freight
131
Bottomry and Eespondentia 81 Bottomry and respondentia what
134
Peculiarities of bottomry and respondentia bonds
136
When master can give bottomry and respondentia bonds
139
Bottomry bond how enforced
142
Foreign judgment
144
Necessaries and rank of Liens inter se 86 Necessaries and material mans hen
146
Maritime liens and their rank
148
Foreign judgments c
150
Collision 89 Liability for collision
152
Amount of damages recoverable
155
Lien for damages foreign collisions
157
Persons liable for the collision
158
Standing by after collision
159
Compulsory pilotage
174
Compulsory orders of dock and harbour masters
176
Towage 104 Tug and tow
177
Duties of tug
178
Respective liability of tug and tow
179
Tugs remuneration and lien
181
Salvage and Wreck 108 Salvage when payable
182
By whom not claimable
184
Salvage services in the United Kingdom
185
Salvors lien and actions
186
Salvage on recapture
188
Salvage agreements
189
Duties and powers of a receiver of wreck
190
Wreck inquiry and investigation
191
Unclaimed wreck
193
Average 119 General averagewhat
194
For what claimable
195
What contributes
199
Eights and duties of owners of ship and cargo
201
Adjustment of general average
202
Particular and petty average
204
THE LAW OF MARINE INSURANCE Chapter I Insurers and Insured page 125 Insurancewhat
207
Duties and liabilities of a policy broker
209
Brokers lien
211
What can be insured
214
Assignment of a policy
219
The usual form of a marine policy
220
Open and valued policies
222
Essential contents of a policy
225
Description of thing insured and declaration of interest
227
Voyage policies
230
Policies lost or not lost
233
Stamp duty
234
Alterations in policy
236
Construction of policy
238
Effect of Deviation or Abandonment on a Policy 142 Deviation and abandonmentwhat
240
Insurance at and from
242
Voyage policy to several ports
243
Duration of the Eisk 145 On ship
245
On goods
247
On freight
249
Losses covered and excepted by the Policy PAOE 148 Losses covered by the policy
250
Losses not covered by the policy
257
The Memorandum
259
Total Loss and Abandonment 151 Total loss
263
Notice of abandonment
267
Ripley 196
268
Abandonment of ship
270
Abandonment of goods
272
Abandonment of freight or profits
274
Notice of abandonmentits form
276
Effect of abandonment
279
Total loss
281
Liability of a wrongdoer to underwriters
283
WarrantiesExpress and implied 160 Express warranties
284
Warranty of time of sailing
285
Warranty of safety of ship
287
Warranty of convoy
289
Warranty of freedom from seizure
292
Implied warranty against deviation
293
Implied warranty of seaworthiness
299
Implied warranty as to ordinary care and war ranty of documentation
305
Misrepresentation and Concealment 169 Effect of misrepresentation on a policy
307
Difference between misrepresentation and a war ranty
310
Effect of concealment on a policy
311
paok
316
Adjustment and Return of Premium
322
Remedies on the Policy Reinsurance
335
APPENDIX
343
Index
359

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Page 348 - ... sees the masts of the other in a line or nearly in a line with her own, and by night to cases in which each vessel is in such a position as to see both the side lights of the other.
Page 342 - ... shall be exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision, so that the green light shall not be seen on the port side nor the red light on the starboard side.
Page 344 - ... (c) A sailing vessel under way shall sound, at intervals of not more than one minute, when on the starboard tack one blast, when on the port tack two blasts in succession, and when with the wind abaft the beam three blasts in succession.
Page 346 - When two sailing vessels are approaching one another so as to involve risk of collision, one of them shall keep out of the way of the other...
Page 340 - ... (c) On the port side a red light so constructed as to show an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of ten points of the compass, so fixed as to throw the light from right ahead to two points abaft the beam...
Page 341 - Each of these lights shall be of the same construction and character, and shall be carried in the same position as the white light mentioned in Article 2 (a), except the additional light, which may be carried at a height of not less than 14 feet above the hull.
Page 351 - In obeying and construing these Rules due regard shall be had to all dangers of navigation and collision, and to any special circumstances which may render a departure from the above Rules necessary in order to avoid immediate danger.
Page 217 - Fire, Enemies, Pirates, Rovers, Thieves, Jettisons, Letters of Mart and Countermart, Surprisals, Takings at Sea, Arrests, Restraints and Detainments of all Kings, Princes, and People, of what Nation, -Condition or Quality soever...
Page 349 - If two ships under steam are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the ship which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out of the way of the other.
Page 351 - In narrow channels every steam vessel shall, when it is safe and practicable, keep to that side of the fairway or mid-channel which lies on the starboard side of such vessel.

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