Assessable Insurance

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Assessable Insurance

An insurance policy in which a premium is paid up front, but in which the insurer reserves the right to require another premium to be paid if losses resulting from claims exceed the amount the policyholder contributed in the initial premium. This is also called natural premium or stipulated premium insurance.
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We have also asked the environment ministry to share an environment assessment plan of the two areas to create a master sustainability projects," Singh added.
Whether assessments administered in a district are producing useful data can be determined through establishing a comprehensive assessment plan.
s plan to build its first 450mm wafer fab plant at the Central Taiwan Science Park, where the park's administration presented in a conference its environmental-evaluation and health-risk assessment plan for the first 450mm wafer fab.
As a step to move the relocation deal forward, Japan has said it intends to submit the environmental assessment plan to Okinawa by the year-end.
The ORSA must be involved during the entire planning process; otherwise, the assessment plan may not be in conjunction with the operational plan.
Finally, the new section states that it will not be "in effect during any period of time" that Illinois has a "fully operational hospital assessment plan .
The book presents on overview of today's IC landscape, then outlines an IC risk assessment plan and offers disease-specific guidelines for IC professionals and patients' families.
In 1999, the State University of New York created the Provost's Advisory Task Force on the Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes, which outlined a University-wide assessment plan for general education.
EASA was planning to release a draft common assessment plan by May, with a detailed opinion coming by this December 31.
In conclusion, it appears that building an assessment plan requires at least the following: (1) identifying partnerships across programs, (2) operationalizing learning outcomes and aligning them with accreditation needs, and (3) adapting/adopting/creating assessments and a plan for using the data for individual growth and program improvement at the student and faculty levels.
A judge in London yesterday ruled that 17-year-old 'J', who cannot be named for legal reasons, was entitled to a lawfully-required needs assessment plan in preparation for him to leave the care of Caerphilly council.

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