Shipping: Insurers Avoid Claim Because of Failure to Disclose

Shipping: Insurers Avoid Claim Because of Failure to Disclose

How do the courts handle insurance claims where a vessel’s owner has failed to properly disclose the value of the vessel? At top Bahamas law firm ParrisWhittaker our expert maritime lawyers have many years of experience with advising commercial and shipping clients on insurance claims, including issues arising from failure to disclose information.A recent ruling of the UK’s High Court, in which the insurers of a motor yacht were entitled to avoid a claim from the owners after a fire, shows the importance of vessel owners being clear on the ‘market value’ of the vessel when securing insurance cover.

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Shipping: Insurers Avoid Claim Because of Failure to Disclose

04.22.2016

Shipping: Insurers Avoid Claim Because of Failure to Disclose

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Commercial Contract and Leases: The Consequences of Bad Advice

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Commercial Contract and Leases: The Consequences of Bad Advice

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Adjudication Agreements: When Are They Legally Binding?

06.15.2015

Adjudication Agreements: When Are They Legally Binding?

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Valuation: Duty of Care to Investors

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Valuation: Duty of Care to Investors

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Fraudulent Misrepresentation: Be Truthful When Selling Property

05.07.2015

Fraudulent Misrepresentation: Be Truthful When Selling Property

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Implied Contract Terms: Leases and Rent Refunds

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Implied Contract Terms: Leases and Rent Refunds

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Are you looking to secure prime commercial real estate in the Bahamas?

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Are you looking to secure prime commercial real estate in the Bahamas?

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Tenants Must Pay Rent During Administration Period

03.04.2014

Tenants Must Pay Rent During Administration Period

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