The modern law of marine insurance, Volume 1
An analysis of the law of marine insurance which systematically covers the essentials of the subject, analyzing the contemporary questions and debates in the law and arising out of market practice. The text addresses such topics as marine insurance contrac.
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Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONTRACT OF MARINE
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