Quite often the building is mortgaged to a financial institution and cover is

Quite often the building is mortgaged to a financial

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Quite often, the building is mortgaged to a financial institution and cover is arranged through an insurance affiliate or insurer with whom the financier has an arrangement. Accordingly, it is not uncommon for two different insurers to insure building and contents. 2 Defined events cover. Accidental loss or damage cover. 3 No. Malicious damage by tenants is excluded and insurers do not, as a general rule, provide the cover as an option even for extra premium. 4 General insurance is designed to cover fortuitous events; that is, events which may happen rather than events which are guaranteed to happen. Flood is the inevitable and normal consequence of heavy rain. Properties exposed to flood risk will, in time, suffer damage. The relatively small number of these risks cannot generate sufficient premium to cover these inevitable losses. 5 False. Domestic outbuildings are a normal inclusion. 6 Carpets represent a higher risk because of their susceptibility to damage. By including them as part of the ‘contents’, insurers obtain a higher premium because contents rates are higher than buildings rates. Self-help question 1.2 1 Most probably a home contents policy would be best for Mr Goh, with the rugs specifically listed because the carpets may be subject to limitations under the valuable items definition of the insurer’s policy. For example, are the carpets antiques? However, the contents policy is not designed to cover trade merchandise. The status of the carpets must be established; are they domestic household goods or trade stock? Mr Goh is an importer of luxury goods. The carpets could be trade stock items and, if so, they should be covered under a commercial property insurance policy. 2 No. Contents insurance usually excludes animals.
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