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fire insurance:

see insuranceinsurance
or assurance,
device for indemnifying or guaranteeing an individual against loss. Reimbursement is made from a fund to which many individuals exposed to the same risk have contributed certain specified amounts, called premiums.
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9 of the relative Fire Insurance Policy is concerned, any Loss or Damage caused by an Explosion of Gas used for illuminating or domestic purposes in a premises/building, wherein Gas would not be generated or Gas-works are not being carried on, shall be deemed to be Loss or Damage by Fire within the meaning of the relative Fire Insurance Policy.
In the 19th century, specialized maps originally were prepared for the exclusive use of fire insurance companies and underwriters.
By attachment of the Riot And Strike Endorsement with the Fire Insurance Policy, it is thereby agreed and declared, in-between Insurers and the Insureds, that Insurance under the same Policy shall extend to cover Loss or Damage consequent upon Riot And Strike to include the following, which, however, shall also be subject to Special Conditions contained in the Riot And Strike Endorsement: -
We are happy that National Liability & Fire Insurance decided to grow in the building and take up one of its last blocks of space.
In 1931, The Co-Operative Fire Insurance Company of Catskill moved to 302 Main Street in Catskill, New York.
An industry insider said many domestic companies have renewed commercial fire insurance contracts in April to avoid higher premiums, with the domestic non-life insurance industry expected to register NT$10 billion in premium revenues for commercial fire insurance this year.
Nonlife insurers have carried out investigations into selected fire insurance policies and submitted reports on their findings to the FSA by Friday.
If you contrast these highly visible technologies with instruction manuals, actuarial tables, statistical models, maps, and, above all, schedules, then you will understand why the history of fire insurance has been understudied.
remained the largest Japanese insurer in overall nonlife premium revenues including those from fire insurance products.
The Swedish insurer Skandia said on Monday (2 February) that it had completed the sale of its Japanese operations to The Tokyo Marine & Fire Insurance Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Millea Holdings.
It will become the second Japanese nonlife insurance company to enter the Chinese market following Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co.
Auto insurance policies are expected to be offered by Sumitomo Marine and Fire Insurance Co.