|Titel:||P&I Rules and Exceptions 2012 – Guidelines to the understanding and practical application of The Swedish Club Rules for P&I Insurance|
|Anmärkning:||The Swedish Club|
|Förlag:||The Swedish Club|
|Ämnesord:||Sjö- och transporträtt
|Pris: 990 SEK exkl. moms |
|P&I Rules and Exceptions 2012|
Guidelines to the understanding and practical application of The Swedish Club Rules for P&I Insurance
THE SWEDISH CLUB is proud to present the third and revised edition of our P&I Rules & Exceptions - a book containing supportive comments on our P&I Rules. The previous editions have enjoyed a high status and provided its readers with a better understanding of the Rules. It is our ambition that this book will be even more valued as a tool and source of information among people who work with P&I related matters worldwide. We hope to accomplish this by making the book easily accessible, from the point of view of contents as well as layout and searchability. In addition, a digital version of the book can be found on the Swedish Club Online (SCOL) website - accessible for members and business associates.
The first edition of the book was published in 1992 by Lennart Delfs, former Director of the P&I Claims Department. The second and most recent version was published in 2000 by Fredrik Kruse, former head of the P&I Claims Department and Senior Claims Manager and he has also revised this edition.
At the time of printing, this book reflects the latest changes of our P&I Rules (as per 20 February 2012) as well as the most recent developments in the relevant legislation. Nevertheless, it is important to be aware that since the P&I insurance is part of the dynamic shipping industry, things change continuously. If you need updated information about a specified topic, please do not hesitate to contact The Swedish Club directly or search for the latest information on www.swedishclub.com.
We hope that you will find this revised version of our P&I Rules & Exceptions to be both interesting and useful and that it will help you in your daily work, whether you are a member, broker, correspondent, lawyer, student or involved in any other area of the shipping industry.
Gothenburg, February 2012