Discusses the workings of the blanket limit of insurance, using a number of actual questions and answers as examples of its application under the commercial property policy.
February 22, 2021 at 05:46 AM
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Summary: Insuring property under a blanket limit as opposed to a specific limit of insurance can be a good decision for many insureds. There are several options for insuring commercial property, including specific or blanket limit, replacement cost, functional replacement cost, and agreed value. An insured can even choose to have part of their property included in a blanket limit while other property can be insured under a specific limit of insurance. They can choose to have their buildings insured under a specific limit while business personal property is insured under a blanket limit, or vice versa; or a blanket limit could even apply to a single location covering both the building and business personal property under one limit.
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