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Blanket Insurance

1. An insurance policy that covers two or more properties or the same property at two or more locations. For example, a blanket insurance policy may provide coverage for both a house and the furniture inside it. Alternatively, a policy may cover a person's furniture both at his/her house and in his/her storage unit in another town.

2. See: Blanket bond.
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The question boils down to whether school officials may use their judgment on a case-by-case basis, taking into account factors like a student's classroom performance and lack of prior discipline problems, or whether there will be a blanket policy in place regardless of the offender.
Public Defender Kenneth Clayman downplayed the significance of the move and said there is no blanket policy to disqualify the 14 judges who publicly endorsed McGee, the chief assistant district attorney.
A wet blanket policy forbidding letter carrier Jerome Story from delivering doggie treats, along with the U.
Board members Lina Harper and Jeanne Bentley said they support the new blanket policy.
The district court noted that a prisoner may be denied out-of-cell exercise under what is termed a "safety exception,' hut that a blanket policy denying such prisoners any opportunity for out-of-cell exercise could not be justified.
The district court noted that a prisoner may be denied out-of-cell exercise under what is termed a "safety exception," but that a blanket policy denying such prisoners any opportunity for out-of-cell exercise could not be justified.
They argued the school's blanket policy discriminated against employees on the basis of age and discouraged them from exercising their right to collect pension payments.
We believe that a systematic and blanket policy to separate a child from a parent would likely violate the constitutional rights of the parents, violate the spirit of the Flores Agreement, inflict significant trauma on small children, create additional unnecessary due process obstacles to accessing a meaningful day in court, is contrary to arguments the Department of Justice has made before federal courts in the past, and is grotesquely inhumane, wrote the senators.
The process started over at every new city and county, says Powell, and there was no blanket policy for food trucks.
It's hard to have a blanket policy when the smart luggage space is not a blanket category," he said.
Accordingly, that amount of $75,000 cannot be collected under the Blanket Policy, because it is excepted from the blanket policy under Exclusion (k).
Yet, some view the Senate's version is a compromise to the blanket policy passed by their counterparts at the House of Representatives back in May-House Bill 5636.