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- Insuring Your Home
- Property insurance terms. No matter what you call home.
- Glossary Of Insurance Terms
- OII Glossary Of Insurance Terms. 1. NOTE: This glossary provides a comprehensive list of the most commonly used terms in property/casualty insurance.
- Insurance 101: Property-Casualty Basics
- Jun 12, 2006 property-casualty insurance, providing a plain-English terms. Insurance Helps People. Manage Risk.
- Chapter 1 - Insurance Schools
- Learn the parts of the insurance contract. ▪ Know all of the insurance terms. ▪ Understand property insurance terms and concepts.
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- Businesses will be considering and reviewing whether there is available coverage and in many cases will find that coverage is barred or limited under widely used property insurance terms.
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- Homeowners Insurance Terms and Definitions From Progressive
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- Property insurance: Definition from Answers.com
- Indemnifies an insured whose property is stolen, damaged, or destroyed by a covered peril.
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