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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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Insuring agreement three provides coverage for the insured.
Part three of the insuring agreement, describes the insurer's duty to defend.
There are two parts to Coverage A, the bodily injury and property damage liability insuring agreement.
The coverage B (personal and advertising injury) insuring agreement on the CGL form does apply to intended acts of the insured, but this does not mean the coverage is without limitations.
In County of San Diego, the California Supreme Court again focused on specific wording in the insuring agreement, but held that excess policy language restricted coverage to court-ordered money judgments and did not include cleanup expenses incurred in responding to government orders.
Insuring to replacement cost gives you the option to either replace the asset or take actual cash value settlement.
"Insuring jewelry can get very expensive since it's one of the main items thieves look for.
The business auto policy defines "loss" since it is part of the insuring agreement under the physical damage section.
The first insuring agreement states that the insurer will pay on behalf of the insured the ultimate net loss (a defined term) in excess of the retained limit (also a defined term) because of bodily injury or property damage to which the insurance applies; bodily injury includes mental anguish or other mental injury resulting from bodily injury.
Klum's role as a spokeswoman for German electronics company Braun's Soft-Perfection Epilator prompted the company to protect its assets by insuring the model's legs for nearly 52 million.
This section consists of the liability insuring agreement, coverage extensions, exclusions, and a provision concerning the limit of insurance.
In a move that will help thousands more families become homeowners each year, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo has announced that HUD has begun insuring larger home mortgage loans across the country - up to nearly $220,000 in some area for single-family homes.