Insuring Agreement And Insurance

The insurance policy or contract is a contract by which the insurer promises to pay benefits to the insured or, on his behalf, to a third party if certain events occur. Subject to the “Fortuity” principle, the event must be uncertain. The uncertainty may be either when the event will occur (for example. B in life insurance, the date of the insured`s death is uncertain) or whether it will occur (for example. B in fire insurance, whether or not there is a fire). [4] B) This form also provides “building,” “equipment,” “stock” and “content,” but only goods for which an amount of insurance is listed on the declaration page. An insurer may change the language or coverage of a policy when the policy is renewed. Endorsements and Riders are written provisions that complement, erase or amend the provisions of the original insurance contract. In most countries, the insurer is required to send you a copy of the changes to your policy. It is important that you read all the endorements or riders so that you understand how your policy has changed and whether the policy is still sufficient to meet your needs. The purpose of this document is to establish a framework for the definition of important investigations to cover losses of liability and wealth. Of course, the same insurance policy, like that of an owner, can be equal to liability and ownership.

Exclusions – These policy provisions will set the limits of the coverage promises mentioned in insurance agreements. These provisions are intended for one or more purposes, including the removal of coverage of (1) coverage for losses caused by certain risks, 2) coverage by other insurance companies, 3) coverage of uninsurable losses. In principle, exclusions are the parts of the insurance contract that limit the scope of coverage and/or list causes and conditions that are not covered. This is an example of frequent exclusions in car insurance – the conditions – provisions of a policy that require the insured to do something or to do nothing, neither before nor after a loss. The insurer`s obligation to pay losses or provide services is based on the insured`s obligation to fulfill certain obligations or to prevent certain things. One of the obligations of the insured before a loss is to have applied for insurance coverage in truth. Concealment or fraud by the insured invalidates the policy. One of the insured`s obligations is, after a loss, to protect the property from further losses. Otherwise, the insurer could be exempt from the obligation to pay the debt.

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