Valuation Clause

Valuation Clause

Stipulates a fixed sum for insured property in the event of loss when included in a marine cargo insurance policy.

Valuation Clause

A provision in some insurance policies stating the amount of money the insurer will pay the policyholder if the insured event occurs. That is, the valuation clause states that the insurance company will pay a fixed amount, neither more nor less, under the circumstances described in the policy.
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For two years, Etisalat was not ready to discuss the issue but now the company is willing to consider the valuation clause, said the privatisation minister, adding that Etisalat would take about six to seven weeks to finalise its own valuation of the 33 outstanding properties.
Without having a bespoke valuation clause, the insured could have a claim somewhere in the middle of the process, but be paid at the original raw material price of the goods.
c) Insurance- Marine insurance Measure of indemnity in respect of claims for unrepaired damage to a ship caused by a peril insured against a Marine Hull Policy of Insurance Dual valuation clause in Insurance Policy-- -Total loss, constructive total loss or partial loss Manner of measuring the indemnity Principles.
In view of the attachment of a Dual Valuation Clause, the question arises, what is the value of this valued policy?
And the centre-half demanded that a valuation clause was put into his contract in case a major club comes in for him.
But Paladini has now revealed the 25-year-old will only be allowed to speak to interested parties if they meet a pounds 3million minimum valuation clause in his contract.
Values as Of Due Date Type of Values <Fill-In date> <Fill-In date> Property values in accordance with VALUATION clause of the LOSS ADJUSTMENT AND SETTLEMENT section.
Ask your underwriter to address this with a modification to the valuation clause or a manuscript endorsement addressing the historical building requirement issues.
In order to more accurately establish policy limits, it is imperative that the maximum single-job completed value (projected at completion) be established according to the terms of the valuation clause (materials, labor, profit and overhead, for example).
Many wills and trusts are drafted with formula valuation clauses defining how property covered by the document will be administered.
Traditional valuation clauses rely upon asset valuation or earnings based methods.