Insurance Law Implications of Delay in Maritime Transport

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Cargo insurance and expenses arising during the period of delay


4.1 This chapter analyses the recoverability of general average expenses that arise during the period of delay that shall be contributed to by the cargo interests; sue and labour charges arising in preventing or minimising a loss by delay and expenses incurred in forwarding the goods so as to prevent a delay in transit or in delivery.

General average expenses

4.2 The Institute Cargo Clauses 2009 and the Institute Strikes Clauses 2009 contain the identical delay exclusion1 which reads that

‘loss, damage or expense caused by delay, even though the delay be caused by a risk insured against (except expenses payable under Clause 2 above)’

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