Tiffany's Special Agent's and Adjusters' Assistant: Containing Numerous Citations to the Law of Insurance and Other Valuable Statistics and References ; Together with Tiffany's Digest of Depreciation

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H.C. Tiffany, 1887 - Fire insurance - 437 pages

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Page 26 - An assignment of a policy by the insured only covers such interest in the premises as he may have at the time of the insurance and at the time of the loss.
Page 91 - It is a part of the consideration of this policy, and the basis upon which the rate of premium is fixed, that the assured shall...
Page 143 - ... consideration of this policy, and the basis upon which the rate of premium is fixed, that the assured shall maintain insurance on...
Page 18 - It shall be optional, however, with this company to take all, or any part, of the articles at such ascertained or appraised value, and also to repair, rebuild, or replace the property lost or damaged with other of like kind and quality within a reasonable time on giving notice, within thirty days after the receipt of the proof herein required, of its intention so to do; but there can be no abandonment to this company of the property described.
Page 32 - are not insurances of the specific things mentioned to be insured, nor do such insurances attach on the realty, or in any manner go with the same as incident thereto by any conveyance or assignment, but they are only special agreements with the persons insuring against such loss or damage as they may sustain.
Page 270 - One number is said to be an aliquot part of another, when it forms an exact part of it: that is, when it is contained in that other an exact number of times.
Page 174 - ... 3. The assured will keep such books and inventory, and also the last preceding inventory, if such has been taken, securely locked in a fire-proof safe at night, and at all times when the building mentioned in this policy is not actually open for business...
Page 33 - To whom, or for what loss, are they to make satisfaction ? Why, to the person insured, and for the loss he may have sustained ; for it cannot properly be called insuring the thing, for there is no possibility of doing it, and therefore must mean, insuring the person from damage.
Page 71 - ... per cent of the actual cash value thereof, and that failing so to do, the assured shall be an insurer to the extent of such deficit, and in that event shall bear his, her or their proportion of any loss.
Page 81 - ... this Company shall not be liable for an amount greater than three-fourths of the actual cash value of the property covered by this policy at the time of such loss, and in case of other insurance, whether policies are concurrent or not, then for only its pro rata proportion of such three-fourths value. Total insurance permitted is hereby limited to three-fourths of the cash value of the property hereby covered and to be concurrent herewith.

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