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Marine Insurance Act, 1963


6. Avoidance of wagering contracts

(1) Every contract of marine insurance by way of wagering is void.

 

(2) A contract of marine insurance is deemed to be a wagering contract-

 

(a) where the assured has not an insurable interest as defined by this Act, and the contract is entered into with no expectation of acquiring such an interest; or

 

(b) where the policy is made "interest or no interest", or "without further proof of interest than the policy itself", or "without benefit of salvage to the insurer" , or subject to any other like term:

 

Provided that, where there is no possibility of salvage, a policy may be effected without benefit of salvage to the insurer".



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