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CHAPTER 7

1. Know the 6 basic parts of the insurance contract

1. Declaration – are statements that provide information about the particular property or activity. In formation contained in the decorations section is used for underwriting and rating purposes and for identification of the property or activity that is insured.

2. Definitions – the purpose is to define key words or phrases so that the coverage under the policy can be determined more easily.

3. Insurance Agreements – Promises of the insurer. There are two basic forms of insuring agreement in property insurance. A) Named-perils policy: only those perils named are covered B) Open-perils/ special coverage policy: If it is not excluded then it is covered.

4. Exclusions – A) Excluded Perils: ex) perils of flood, earth movement, war etc. B) Excluded Losses: ex) the failure of insured to protect the property from further damage after a loss. C) Excluded Property: ex) in a HO policy certain cars, animals are excluded. * Exclusions are necessary because commercial insurers may consider the peril uninsurable.

5. Conditions – are provisions that qualify or place limitations on the insurers promise to preform. Conditions impose certain duties on the insured if he or she wishes to collect for a loss.

6. Miscellaneous Provisions – Provisions in property and casualty insurance include cancellation, subrogation, requirements if a loss occurs assignment of the policy, and other insurance provisions.

2. What are endorsements/riders • endorsements/ riders are written provision that adds to, deletes or modifies the provision in the original contract. An endorsement or rider normally takes precedence over any conflicting terms in the contract to which the endorsement is attached. Ex.) Adding flood…...

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