Seaworthiness Admitted Clause


Definition of "Seaworthiness admitted clause"

Part of a marine cargo policy that exempts the policyholder from vouching for the seaworthiness of the vessel. For example, while a purchaser of hull marine insurance warrants that a ship is in proper condition for a voyage, the purchaser of CARGO INSURANCE, who has no control over the ship's condition, is not expected to vouch for it.

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