Maritime Letters of Indemnity




11.1 In the majority of cases, the terms of agreements to indemnify are set out in express written contracts entered into between shipowners, charterers, shippers, and/or receivers, usually in a charterparty or a contract of sale. However, in some instances where a letter of indemnity has not been agreed in advance, a carrier may seek to obtain redress on the basis of an implied indemnity.

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