all-risk insurance


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all-risk insurance

On a construction project, insurance that protects the policyholder against all risks other than those which are specifically excluded by the policy.
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All-risk insurance and nail art works (see list of attached works) in approved securities including restoration and depreciation costs for the fesch palace from 1.
The all-risk insurance policy is usually more expensive than the named peril policy because it is more comprehensive.
As we learned in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, most courts have upheld the flood exclusion in all-risk insurance policies.
TRG Marine[TM] constructs specialty all-risk insurance policies designed specifically for companies operating in a global environment.
The "lease-to-own" program includes an all-risk insurance and warranty that also offers a free service package including filter and oil change over the three-year period.
Their alternative is to put the onus back on clients, or offer some form of legal liability inferior to an all-risk insurance cover.
The carrier's all-risk insurance policy should also be examined.
As a result, Fitch expects all loans to include coverage against terrorism attacks as part of their standard all-risk insurance policies.
All-risk insurance for building, Movable property, Operating losses, Etc.
ACE Recreational Marine Insurance, part of ACE USA, offers exceptional all-risk insurance coverage for vessels of all sizes - from the smallest to the largest - throughout the United States.
provision of a set of new motor vehicles in the form of a long-term lease, without leasing or purchase option, underwriting all-risk insurance and financial loss, - maintenance and maintenance of vehicles, - assistance-troubleshooting of vehicles in case of breakdown, - tire management, - supply of fuel cards and electronic toll badges, - provision of a fleet management tool.
A) announced today they have agreed to acquire American All-Risk Insurance Services (AARIS) and American Commercial Claim Administrators (ACCA), both wholly-owned subsidiaries of Acacia Pacific Holdings (APH).
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