Marine Insurance Act under review

By Derek Luxford — Consultant, Hicksons Lawyers | 14 Jun 2018
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The Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (MLAANZ) has drafted a bill to significantly amend the Commonwealth Marine Insurance Act 1909 (MIA).  

The bill was drafted by a sub-committee of MLAANZ compromising experienced practitioners in the marine insurance market in Australia including lawyers, a representative of the industry and a prominent academic and chaired by the author of this article. 


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