HFW Briefing – General Aviation insurance: AVN1D ‘certification’ complete

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General Aviation insurance: AVN1D ‘certification’ complete

After many decades of forming the cornerstone of predominantly General Aviation insurance business, London Aircraft Insurance Policy Form AVN1C is set to be supplanted by a new wording – AVN1D. Following a period of consultation and referral for further consideration, the Aviation Insurance Clauses Group agreed and published the current wording of the new policy on 5 August 2014.
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