The provision upon which Geico relies, however, is not a specific limitation on the power and authority of the arbitrator to make an award in excess
of the policy's limits.
(78) Id.;, see also Teigen, 367 N.W.2d at 808 (discussing the terms of a partial settlement agreement in which plaintiff agreed not to pursue the defendant for claims in excess
of the defendant's primary and excess coverage limits).
The mother needs a very accurate (and rather expensive) scale for this, since as little as five grams (less than one-fifth of an ounce) in excess
can mean dangerous overfeeding, leading to obesity and ultimately to soft-headedness.
The company will indemnify the insured for ultimate net loss in excess
of the applicable underlying limit which the insured shall become legally obligated to pay as damages because of Personal Injury, Property Damage, or Advertising Offenses to which this policy applies, caused by an occurrence anywhere in the world ...
And the end of 2002 will see diesel cars reach a market penetration in excess
of 40pc, says the latest report from Ricardo, an independent car technology provider.
by spending in excess
of $10 million ins capital and tenant improvements.
"The result is that, together with the general and special damages, the claimant has made a total recovery in excess
of pounds 1.65 million in respect of the defendant's unlawful conduct."
Started in 1972 and updated every two weeks with over 1,400 records, the Rapra Abstracts database is the world's premier bibliographic database for the rubber, plastics and polymeric composites industries, and currently contains in excess
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Minnesota's no-fault law was amended in 1994 to specifically provide that a permissive driver's own policy is in excess
to the owner's policy.
There is, however, a Microsoft Excel limit, in excess
of 5,000, on the number of elements that may be exported from an array function, thereby limiting the volume of data that can be handled in some cases.
your insurer refuses to settle, you are subjected to a trial and the verdict is far in excess
of your policy limits, or damages are not covered by your policy, or your insurer failed to properly protect your interests.
A plaintiff who prevails on an assigned bad faith claim against the insurer may be able to recover full compensation in excess
of the defendant's liability coverage limits.