All wordings produced by the LMA can be accessed from the Lloyd's Wordings Repository.
Lloyd's Wording Repository (LWR)
The Repository provides underwriters with access to established model wordings and clauses which are in current use, in all lines of business, against which slips/MRC can be referenced. The Repository includes all wordings developed by the LMA and wordings developed by other industry organisations, as well as many wordings from individual managing agents, other insurers and brokers. It also provides managing agents with access to ISO wordings and a link to the BRMA website.
The Repository - searchable by reference, market, class of business, jurisdiction or language - enables users to view vetted policy wordings and clauses regularly used within the London market.
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Recently issued wordings
LMA5509 - Contingency Communicable Disease Exclusion (Non-Appearance)
LMA5508 - Contingency Communicable Disease Exclusion
LMA5507 - Contingency Coronavirus Exclusion
JC2020-014 - Marine Cargo Cyber Exclusion and Affirmation Endorsement
JS2020-011 - Communicable Disease Endorsement (Specie)
JX2020-007 - Joint Excess Loss Cyber Losses Clause
LMA5506 - Communicable Disease Endorsement (For use on US Errors and Omissions policies)
LMA5505 - Limited Communicable Disease Exclusion No. 3 (Property Treaty Reinsurance - Risk)
LMA5504 - Occupational Disease and Cumulative Trauma Endorsement
LMA5503 - Limited Communicable Disease Exclusion No.2 - (Property Treaty Reinsurance)
LMA5502 - Limited Communicable Disease Exclusion No.1 - (Property Treaty Reinsurance)
LMA5501 - Political Risk Communicable Disease Exclusion
LMA5500 - Infectious or Contagious Disease Exclusion during a PHEIC (for use on consumer and commercial Accident/ Accident & Illness policies)
LMA5433 - Cyber Exclusion for use on AH and travel policies
LMA5432 - Contingency Ltd Cyber Extn 2
LMA5431 - Contingency Ltd Cyber Extn 1
LMA5430 - Contingency Cyber Exclusion
LMA5429 - Bankers Blanket Bond Cyber Affirmation language
LMA5428 - Bankers Blanket Bond Cyber Risks Endorsement
LMA5427 - Political Risk Cyber Endorsement (for use with Political Risk/Political Violence Package Business)
LMA5399 - Communicable Disease Exclusion (Casualty Treaty Reinsurance)
LMA5398 - Infectious or Contagious Diseases Exclusion (for use on UK consumer and commercial property risks)
LMA5397 - Communicable Disease Exclusion (For use on power generation, construction and engineering policies)
LMA5396 - Communicable Disease Exclusion - Liability
LMA5395 - Coronavirus Exclusion (for use on marine and energy liability policies)
LMA5394 - Communicable Disease Exclusion Property Treaty
LMA5393 - Communicable Disease Endorsement
LMA5392 - Limited Automatic Extension – Prevention of Access to Lloyd’s of London
LMA5391 - Coronavirus Exclusion
JR2020-016 - JRC Communicable Disease Endorsement
JC2020-011 - Communicable Disease Exclusion - Cargo
JC2020-012 - Communicable Disease Exclusion and Sub-Limited Writeback - Cargo
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Recently issued Lloyd's Brussels wordings
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