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BOP

Abbreviation for:
basic oxygen process (Chemistry)
BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone
bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol

BOP

Oncology A chemotherapy regimen:
1. BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone.
2. Bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol.
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The 1997 edition of the ISO businessowners policy increased the maximum area for mercantile, service, office, and wholesale risks from 15,000 to 25,000 square feet along with an increase in gross sales limits from $2 to $3 million per location.
The Businessowners policy, or BOP as it is commonly called, developed out of the insurance industry's perennial search for new insurance products to keep up with the risk management needs and trends of markets (potential insureds); in this case, the need for comprehensive coverage to protect commercial Main Street or smaller businesses against loss or damage at a cost effective price to encourage its purchase while providing an adequate return to the insurer.
ISO) has introduced endorsements for adding business income and extra expense coverages to a commercial auto coverage part, a commercial property coverage part, or a businessowners policy.
The businessowners policy offered by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) brings the package policy concept to the small-to-medium-sized business market.
1988), the insured was covered under a businessowners policy for improvements and betterments.
Also if not covered by other insurance, the businessowners policy provides coverage for materials, equipment, supplies, and temporary structures located on or within 100 feet of the described premises used for making an addition, repair, or alteration to buildings or structures.
Since December 31, 2011, Cover-All released the latest addition to the NexGen products offering, NexGen BOP, which supports the full policy lifecycle of ISO[R] based Businessowners Policy (BOP) line of business, as well as both Commercial Package and Commercial Automobile for our customers in Puerto Rico.
The businessowners policy, (in which) Section I Property, Coverage agreement states: "We will pay for direct physical loss.
There are other options available: the aforementioned businessowners policy and two options in the commercial property form, the monthly limit of indemnity and the maximum period of indemnity.
In the 1997 and prior businessowners policy programs, liability coverage was provided on a form (BP 00 06) that was separate from the property coverage.
1998), the Tavernaros owned a business covered on a businessowners policy (with the same wording as the commercial property policy).
BOP (businessowners policy): See businessowners policy.