exclusion clause

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exclusion clause

nclausola di esclusione di rischi
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Two New London Market Model Cyber Exclusion Clauses Published by IUA
"I think one should have been a little more rigorous in the exclusion clauses. One should have kept exclusion to a very, very small number which definitely must be excluded.
* Exclusion clauses, waivers and disclaimers: Many contracts have clauses which seek to limit liability in some way.
Many local insurers also reinsure 90% or more of their local risks with large offshore reinsurers and often these reinsurers insist upon their own wordings being used in the underlying policy, apparently ignorant of the formatting requirements that UAE law requires exclusion clauses to adopt.
"Most insurance policies have Cyberattack exclusion clauses, for property damage and business interruption and this exposes shipping companies and ship owners to huge risks.
Howell continued: "Most insurance policies have Cyberattack exclusion clauses, for property damage and business interruption and this exposes shipping companies and ship owners to huge risks."
They moan about complex and confusing terms and are frustrated by harsh exclusion clauses.
Insurance companies will no longer be able to include "War Exclusion Clauses" in policies written for reservists or guard members.
New figures from the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) found all insurers surveyed used some form of alcohol and drugs exclusion clauses.
"The Government has taken this action to ensure businesses that suffered damages from the incident will not be denied claims due to terrorism exclusions in their insurance policies," ABC News (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-01-15/joe-hockey-declares-sydney-siege-a-terrorist-incident/6019410) quotes Hockey, "Advice from the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (ARPC) indicates the three insurers that have registered claims to date have stated they will not apply terrorism exclusion clauses." The treasurer has also said that he is pleased to know that the insurance companies are acting responsibly at difficult time.
Where the Refugees Convention, due to the exclusion clauses, cannot provide international protection to those in need, there are several international human rights instruments that may be relevant.