cover note


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cover note

a document issued by an INSURANCE COMPANY to cover temporarily the period between the acceptance of an insurance risk and the issue of a detailed insurance policy to the client.
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The reinsurance contract (second cover note) was concluded between the Broker and the Reinsured;
Cover notes can be issued for a particular period and particular shipment when the details i.e.
A cover note said it stemmed from a brainstorming session and accepted that some of the ideas were "far-fetched".
A cover note said the paper stemmed from a brainstorming session and accepted that some of the ideas were "far-fetched".
On June 12 officers received an insurance cover note for six vehicles operated by Mr Singh, covering any authorised driver aged 25 to 65, with three years' experience on a full driving licence and one year's taxi licence experience.
As they informed me, you can go to any post office, with any old tax disc, fill out a formwith no ID and the good old boys at the DVLA will forward the amount owing on the disc to be sent to the address that you give them, while to get your car taxed you need three forms, a V10, MOT (current) insurance certificate or cover note.
In response to a member inquiry, a specimen Flemish letter has now been added to the bilingual attestation letter section, as well as a copy of the European Commission cover note.
As the cover note advises, this well-illustrated and referenced book is just the one to slip into your swag.
The seven-day cover note will then be emailed direct to the dealer, so they can tax the car and the customer can drive their new car away.
But the book (though you can't tell from the cover note) is only incidentally about Khan.
The court heard how he stole cover note books belonging to his employers.
Producer Dino De Laurentiis has sent Luhrmann's draft to several potential foreign distribs, albeit with a cover note explaining the final version will be significantly improved.