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ISO is introducing numerous new and revised optional endorsements available to the General Liability program, with a proposed effective date of December 1, 2019. Some of the optional endorsements will address emerging issues, others will provide customers with some long-awaited enhancements to the program, or others will simply provide additional options for underwriting risks. Many of the endorsements have the same or very similar changes. Each set of endorsements will be addressed together; for example, the Automatic Additional Insured Endorsements will be addressed together in one section, as will the other endorsements.

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