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Dealing with almost every type of marine claim, this text shows how specific claims can arise, how they can be prevented and how they should be handled. In individual chapters, it covers: the different types of insurance, including hull and machinery and P & I; the handling of specific types of cargo, including dry bulk, tankers and containers; the handling of particular types of claim, such as hull, crew, passengers, stowaways, collision, salvage, general average and pollution. The role of bills of lading and charterparties and their relevance to potential claims are also covered.;The book covers such developments as the NYPE Agreement 1993, Gencon 1994, LOF 1995, and Institute Time Clauses - Hulls 1995, the York-Antwerp Rules 1994, and UCP 500.