Sea risk

Sea´ risk


1.Risk of injury, destruction, or loss by the sea, or while at sea.
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The dueling claims in the South China Sea risk inadvertent conflict: everyone is throwing sharp elbows hoping everyone else will back away.
Common justice dictates that where two or more parties are engaged in the same sea risk, and one of them, in a moment of imminent peril, makes a sacrifice to avoid the impending danger or incurs extraordinary expenses to promote the general safety, the loss or expenses so incurred shall be assessed upon all in proportion to the share of each in the adventure.
DIVERS in the North Sea risk life and limb every day to make sure oil supplies can safely reach Scotland.