||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 93 (May)
||Luke Parsons QC (instructed by Clyde & Co) for the claimants.
||Roger Stewart QC (instructed by Masons) for the defendants.
||7 May 2004
Insurance - Insurance policy - Marine insurance - Construction of policy - Excluded peril - Inherent vice.
The claimant insurers obtained a declaration that they were not liable in respect of the defendants' electrical transformer which had been damaged en route from the UK to Malaysia, on the ground of inherent vice: the transformer was, on the evidence, unable to withstand the ordinary conditions of the voyage.
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