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CAUSE OF DAMAGE: FIRE

THE INSURED PREMISIS CONSISTS OF FACE BRICK AND PLASTER HOUSE PITCH DOUBLE ROMAN TILED ROOF, DOUBLE GARAGE, SMALL MAXI BRICK WALL ON TWO ADJACENT SIDE’S OF THE STAND AND PAVING.

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OUTSURED AMOUNT - R 573 367.54

PM CALCULATED REPLACEMENT COST - R 920 837.78

CLIENT IS UNDER INSURED BY - 37.73%

PM ESTIMATED DAMAGE COSTING - R 302 422.87

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I MET THE OWNER’S COUSIN ON SITE AND THE OWNER ARRIVED AFTER A WHILE ON SITE. I PHONED TWO OF OUR SERVICE PROVIDERS AND THEY NOT WILLING TO ASSIST WITH THIS CLAIM IN MAFIKENG.
I EXPLAINED TO THE CLIENT THAT I DO NOT HAVE AN APPROVED BUILDER IN THIS AREA AND I EXPLAINED THE POSSIBILITY OF A CASH SETTLEMENT ON MY COSTING AMOUNT. CLIENT UNDERSTANDS AND AGREE.

CLAIM COSTED AGAINST THE CLIENTS NAME AND I RECOMMEND THAT WE SETTLE CASH ON MY ESTIMATE PM COSTING

THANKS NICKY

PROJECT MANAGER SUMMARY
===========================

CAUSE OF DAMAGE: FIRE

THE INSURED PREMISIS CONSISTS OF FACE BRICK AND PLASTER HOUSE PITCH DOUBLE ROMAN TILED ROOF, DOUBLE GARAGE, SMALL MAXI BRICK WALL ON TWO ADJACENT SIDE’S OF THE STAND AND PAVING.

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OUTSURED AMOUNT - R 573 367.54

PM CALCULATED REPLACEMENT COST - R 920 837.78

CLIENT IS UNDER INSURED BY - 37.73%

PM ESTIMATED DAMAGE COSTING - R 302 422.87

######################################################

I MET THE OWNER’S COUSIN ON SITE AND THE OWNER ARRIVED AFTER A WHILE ON SITE. I PHONED TWO OF OUR SERVICE PROVIDERS AND THEY NOT WILLING TO ASSIST WITH THIS CLAIM IN MAFIKENG.
I EXPLAINED TO THE CLIENT THAT I DO NOT HAVE AN APPROVED BUILDER IN THIS AREA AND I EXPLAINED THE POSSIBILITY OF A CASH SETTLEMENT ON MY COSTING AMOUNT. CLIENT UNDERSTANDS AND AGREE.

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