New clause exorcises the phantom ships
THE LATE 1990s saw a spate of cases involving ‘phantom ships’ — vessels disappearing loaded with cargoes — and underwriters scurrying for defensive cover under the Marine Insurance Act 1906, writes Jerry Frank.
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