English Marine Insurance Act 1906 An Act to codify the Law relating to Marine Insurance [21st December 1906]
90. Interpretation of terms
In this Act, unless the context or subject-matter otherwise requires,- 'Action' includes counter-claim and set off: 'Freight' includes the profit derivable by a shipowner from the employment of his ship to carry his own goods or moveables, as well as freight payable by a third party, but does not include passage money: 'Moveables' means any moveable tangible property, other than the ship, and includes money, valuable securities, and other documents: 'Policy' means a marine policy.
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