Inchmaree clause

Definition of "Inchmaree clause"
  1. A provision in a marine insurance agreement that provides coverage for harm or loss resulting from the carelessness of the ship's captain or crew, or from an imperfection in the ship's structure or equipment
How to use "Inchmaree clause" in a sentence
  1. The ship owner was relieved to find that their Inchmaree clause covered the damage caused by the crew's negligence.
  2. A defect in the ship's machinery led to disastrous results, but thankfully the Inchmaree clause in their insurance policy provided coverage.
  3. The Inchmaree clause played a key role in the ship’s insurance policy, protecting them from losses caused by their crew's reckless actions.

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