Okay. Important insurance stuff follows. As per the ‘Institute Marine Cargo Clauses (A)’ - where not consistent with the undernoted additional conditions including war, strikes, riots and civil commotions (re: the appropriate ‘Institute Clauses’ 1) - the indemnity provided by this insurance shall not include:
- Loss or damage to jewellery, watches, trinkets, precious stones, precious metals, furs, money, deeds, bonds, securities, stamps of all kinds, manuscripts or other documents, livestock, wines, spirits, tobacco, plants, foodstuffs or perishable goods of any kind.
- Loss or damage caused by or arising from wear and tear, gradual deterioration, moth, insect or vermin, mildew and rust or atmospheric or climatic conditions and extremes of temperature or the leakage of liquid or powder from any receptacle or container.
- Indirect or consequential loss of any kind or description.
- The loss of individual items packed by the owner in furniture, trunks, cases, boxes, cartons or other receptacles unless such items have been listed and their existence and value disclosed to the company prior to commencement of the transit.
- Mechanical, electrical or electronic derangement.
- Depreciation resultant upon repairs.
- Scratching, denting, bruising or marking of furniture constructed of plastic-coated composition or chipboard, or puncturing of synthetic upholstery and marking of ‘dralon’