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 Reinsurer is not liable to pay such amount to the Reinsured jointly with the Broker as the Reinsurer signed the first cover note but did not sign the reinsurance contract (second cover note).
Cover notes can be issued for a particular period and particular shipment when the details i.
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.
The court heard how he stole cover note books belonging to his employers.
I have just contacted a big motor insurance company about sending me a cover note for my son's car as he is in the armed services and is currently in Norway.
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.
lThe Royal colours are carried to victory at Salisbury when Strathspey (Ian Balding/Willie Carson) takes the first leg of the juvenile maiden from Cover Note.
In a cover note to the letter, which outlined the reasons underlying Catholic opposition to the war, Trinitarian Fr.
She recalls one cover note that not only addressed her as "Cheryl," but "the tone was just as friendly as if they knew me.
My friend then forwarded the list to his company's president, slapping a cover note saying, in the typical shorthand of e-mail: "List from nutcase juror".