Damage To Property Essays and Term Papers

  • Philippine Typhoons

    27, 851 houses were damaged - Property Damage: Php 377, 975, 880 Typhoon Caloy - International name: Chanthu - Formed: July 17 - Dissolved: July 23 - Damaged Areas: Aurora Nueva Ecija Benguet - Death Toll: 23 - 465 families were affected - Property Damage: Php 191 M Typhoon Juan -...

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  • Property Insurance

    vehicle, damage to our homes, burglary and loss of property, income interruption for the family as a result of demise of breadwinner(s) are common insurable risks to which individuals are exposed. Businesses are exposed to fire and related perils risks, income interruption as a result of fire, damage to property...

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  • Property Insurance

    Alexandra Frunza Students: Stefanescu Adrian Tagorean Alexandru Group 135 Introduction People all over the world want to protect their property and do it in different ways using alarm systems, other special devices, etc. But there are situations when even the best security system can't protect...

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  • Burglary Insurance

    Schedule as consideration for such insurance. The Company agrees that if any time during the period of insurance stated in the Said Schedule any of the property insured described in the said Schedule whilst contained within the Premises (which shall not include any garden, yard, open verandah, outbuilding...

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  • Masked Costume

    development, conformity, deindividuation, and modeling are a few factors that can help determine weather and adolescent wearing a masked costume will damage property if denied treats on Halloween. Superego is the part of personality that, according to Freud, represents internalized ideals and provides standards...

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  • Fire Insurance

    return for a consideration (premium) agrees to indemnify the insured for the financial loss which the latter may suffer due to destruction of or damage to property or goods, caused by fire, during a specified period. The contract specifies the maximum amount, agreed to by the parties at the time of the contract...

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  • Automobile Insurance Coverage & Cost

    ability to cover the cost of damage or injury caused by them in an automobile accident Bodily injury coverage Bodily injury liability Medical payments Uninsured motorist’s protection Property damage coverage Property damage liability Collision Comprehensiv e physical damage BODILY INJURY COVERAGE ...

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  • Financial lit

    risks, such as damage to personal property and injuries to others. Personal Property Floater- additional property insurance that covers the damage or loss of a specific item of high value. Medical payments coverage- pays the cost of minor accidental injuries to visitors on your property. Actual cash...

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  • Types of Insurance

    example, vehicle insurance would typically cover both the property risk (theft or damage to the vehicle) and the liability risk (legal claims arising from an accident). A home insurance policy in the US typically includes coverage for damage to the home and the owner's belongings, certain legal claims...

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  • Equity Lecture Notes - Introduction

    contract for the sale of land, CL could only give innocent party damages but equity could order SP against guilty party. * Also as e.g. of correction of injustices at CL is an equitable invention called a trust. If someone had accepted property on behalf of another person, CL would only look at legal title...

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  • Business Law 200

    REMEDIES (legal means to enforces a right or redress a wrong) Remedies at law (land, items of value, or money) were given by Courts of law Monetary damages – an amount give to a party whose legal systems have been injured Remedies in equity (equitable remedies: specific performance, injection, and rescission)...

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  • Note Econocmis

    Chapter 13 Real, Personal, and Intellectual Property Ownership describes one interest in property Ownership and possession separated “real property” refers to land and things permanently attached to the land, such as buildings Fixed and immovable Personal Property: movable and divided into two categories ...

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  • Insurance

    CLICK HERE. Additional Other Flashcards Cards in this set: Term insured Definition "a person, a business, or an organization whose property, life, or legal liability is covered by an insurance policy" Term insurer Definition an insurance company Term covered loss ...

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  • Kato v.Briney Case Brief

    house which remained unoccupied for approximately ten years. During that period there were multiple housebreaking occurrences which caused damage to the property. Defendant and her husband were annoyed by the constant vandalism and set up a 20 gauge spring shotgun trap in one of the bedrooms which was...

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  • Farmer V Pilot

    Does Farmer have any claim(s) for damages against Pilot based on intentional tort? Discuss. Rule of Law : The essential requirements of intentional torts are the elements of intent, injury, damages and causation. The concept of 'intention' does not require that Defendant (D) know that his/her act...

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  • Chan Loong

    co-owners of a condominium 10 unit and I shall refer to them as the Chans. The purchase of the property was financed by United Overseas Bank Malaysia Berhad (“the Bank”) with a charge over the property as security. Upon defaults of the financing facilities granted, the Bank terminated the financing...

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  • Insurance Exam

    Loss exposure = possibility of loss - Property loss exposure = damage to insureds property, liability loss exposure, personnel loss exposure ( key employee). Financial loss is NOT a loss exposure its a consequence of all of them. Insurable interest = in property/casualty it is proved twice: at application...

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  • Essay

    involved. The situations in which Dickens were, caused some damages. As per the given data he can be found guilty of various offences; Dickens is liable. First and foremost, I think that D can be liable for the damage caused to the pub’s property. He decided to throw a glass at the wall to see whether...

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  • Business Law Notes Ch 6

    Compensatory damages are intended to reimburse a plaintiff from an actual losses- that is, to make the plaintiff whole and put her or him in the same position that she or he have been in had the tort not occurred. Compensatory damages are often broken down into two parts such as special damages and general...

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  • Unit 5 Criminal Law 9 (Offences Against Property)

    Theft - The Theft offence is defined under S1 of the ‘Theft act 1968’. Where it provides that if ‘A person dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another, with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it,’ will be guilty of the offence. For this charge to be upheld, both the actus...

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