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Δημήτριος Χριστοδούλου, Επίκουρος Καθηγητής, Νομική Σχολή, ΕΚΠΑ
Η δευτερογενής περιγραφή του κινδύνου στο δίκαιο της θαλάσσιας ασφάλισης
The secondary description of risk in Marine Insurance Law
The aim of this diploma thesis is to present the ways in which the secondary risk description is achieved in the law of maritime insurance. Secondary description of the insurance risk means the further delimitation of the insurance risk by means of special clauses provided for in the insurance contract. Thus, in the Marine Insurance Contract, under Article 33 (1) of the Insurance Code, conditions and exceptions to insurance risk may be agreed. It is also possible to impose duties to the insured, to specify contract duration or to provide specific exceptions and exclusions. The most important secondary risk description clauses in standard marine insurance policies are examined too. However, it should be noted that in maritime insurance, it is customary to agree English law as applicable. Thus, the peculiarities of the English law of maritime insurance, as regulated by law and through the judgments of the English courts, are examined too.
Main subject category:
Law and Legislation
Other subject categories:
marine insurance, law, warranties, seaworthiness, express warranties, implied warranties, deductibles, held covered clauses, privity, MIA,
Number of references:
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΟΓΙΑΝΝΑΚΗ - Η ΔΕΥΤΕΡΟΓΕΝΗΣ ΠΕΡΙΓΡΑΦΗ ΤΟΥ ΚΙΝΔΥΝΟΥ ΣΤΟ ΔΙΚΑΙΟ ΘΑΛΑΣΣΙΑΣ ΑΣΦΑΛΙΣΗΣ.pdf
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