Use of insurance in aviation finance transactions
Produced in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright

The following Banking & Finance practice note produced in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Use of insurance in aviation finance transactions
  • The nature of insurance contracts
  • Insurances concerning aviation financiers and lessors
  • Hull insurance
  • Third party liability insurance
  • What happens when there is more than one insurance? (averaging)
  • Lessee’s breach of insurance obligations
  • After the lease period has expired–run-off/tail cover insurances
  • Effect of changes in the insurance market
  • Reinsurance
  • More...

Use of insurance in aviation finance transactions

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