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insure

(in-shoor′) [ME. insuren, ensuren]
1. To make sure or certain.
2. To make safe or secure.
3. To protect against injury, loss, or expense.
4. To make a contract specifying the terms of such protection.
5. To buy or sell insurance.
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due to an Explosion of Gas used for illuminating or domestic purposes, wherein No Gas might have been generated or No Gasworks would have been carried-on within the same Premises/Building, then the Loss or Damage by Gas Explosion therein would be deemed covered within the purview of the relevant Fire Insurance Policy by virtue of the attachment to the Fire Policy of the Standard Explosion Endorsement under reference.
However, the court of first instance did not accept the claimant's argument, and held that, even if the arbitration clause was not separately presented in the general insurance policy and, was nevertheless included in the general conditions of the policy, the arbitration clause was still enforceable.
Raiford priced a $1 million variable life insurance policy for a healthy 40-year-old man in New York.
A lessee who is a registrant is eligible to claim an ITC for GST/HST paid on vehicle repairs for a leased vehicle covered by an insurance policy, if the lessee is the recipient of the repairs and the other conditions in section 169 respecting ITCs are satisfied.
Because of the Additional Insured status provided to these two other organizations, your liability insurance policy has to respond to them as primary insurance.
Life Insurance: Many employers include a life insurance policy among their employee benefits.
If possible, the purchase and sale agreement should limit the sole recourse of the aggrieved party to the insurance policy.
With respect to purchasing a commercial insurance policy, it is not necessary to place all of your focus on the policy.
Even if the proceeds of your life insurance policy aren't needed to satisfy estate taxes, there's little reason not to put it into a trust.
A viatical settlement is a contract that allows an individual with a relatively short life expectancy to sell a life insurance policy for cash to a third party - an individual or business entity - at a discounted value of the policy's face value.
Would your homeowners' insurance policy cover these situations?
After Christi's accident, expenses were running $10,000 a day, says Allen, and his own insurance policy capped the amount of money available for Christi's care.

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