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GEORGE COHEN, SONS & CO. v. STANDARD MARINE INSURANCE CO., LTD.

Lloyd's Law Reports

GEORGE COHEN, SONS & CO. v. STANDARD MARINE INSURANCE CO., LTD.

(1925) 21 Ll.L.Rep. 30

KING'S BENCH DIVISION.

Before Mr. Justice Roche.

Insurance - Marine - Hulk insured while being towed from Chatham to Brake and after arrival - Vessel abandoned by tugs during voyage-Whether actual or constructive total loss-Salvage impossible without interfering with Dutch dykes-Permission of Dutch outhorities necessary-Restraint of princes-Unseaworthiness -Privity of assured-Disclosure -Notice of abandonment-Wording -Reasonable time.

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