This fourth edition is a detailed but easy-to-follow account of the constitution, workings and daily practice of protection and indemnity clubs. Designed to be a practical reference source for anyone who is in any way involved with mutual insurance, it offers comprehensive guidance on the complex area of PaI Clubs. The new fourth edition has been fully revised and updated since the last edition was written in 1999. New areas emphasised in the fourth edition include: ac Piracy ac Charterersa liability insurance ac Defence Cover ac Disputes concerning the Inter-Club Agreement ac Enforceability of arbitration agreements in the Clubas Rules. ac The Clubas obligation to (i) make direct payments under certificates, (ii) pay death/ personal injury claims in the event of a memberas insolvency, and (iii) make indivisible personal injury claims.However, section 3(2) of the Regulations state that they do a#39;a#39;not apply to legal expenses insurance contracts concerning ... The purpose behind this provision is to protect the cluba#39;s right to make a recovery in respect of costs already disbursed from the other party to the dispute. ... by a client to a solicitor which brings about the solicitorsa#39; retainer. Without 6. Implementing Council Directive 87/344/EEC of 22anbsp;...
|Title||:||P&I Clubs: Law and Practice|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2013-05-02|