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Section 7: Owner’s liability, etc. (P&I)

  • Clause 15-20. Scope of cover

    The insurer covers liability and expenses which are covered by the the ship's P&I insurance if the liability/expenses have been caused by a war peril as defined in:

    • Cl. 2-9, or
    • Appendix IV to the Pooling Agreement of the International Group of P&I Clubs, as it read at the time this insurance contract was entered into.


    If no P&I insurance against marine perils has been effected for the ship with one of the associations party to the Pooling Agreement of the International Group of P&I Clubs , the insurer's liability under sub-clause 1 shall be determined as if the P&I insurance had been effected with Assuranceforeningen Gard (Gjensidige).

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    Clause 15-20. Scope of cover

    Sub-clause 1, first sentence , establishes that the scope of the war risk insurer’s P&I cover corresponds to the P&I cover of the ship in the sense that the insurance covers the same liability and expenses, i.e. the same range of losses. In earlier versions, the war risk insurer’s liability was...

  • Clause 15-21. (deleted)

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    Clause 15-21. (deleted)

  • Clause 15-22. Limitations to the cover

    If liability and expenses as mentioned in Cl. 15-20 are covered by another insurance which the assured has effected, the cover under this Section is subsidiary in relation to that insurance. This shall not apply to liability and expenses that are recoverable under the ship's P&I insurance and that are also covered under Cl. 15-20, if the P&I insurance has been effected with a P&I association that is a party to the Pooling Agreement of the International Group of P&I Clubs.

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    Clause 15-22. Limitations to the cover

    Sub-clause 1 establishes that as a basic rule the war risk insurer's cover under the P&I Section is subsidiary in relation to any other insurance which the assured may have effected. The effects for the assured and the insurer of the insurance being made subsidiary are set out in Cl. 2-6 and Cl....