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the law enforcement agency of the Justice Department that operates a nationwide system of prisons and detention facilities to incarcerate inmates sentenced to imprisonment for federal crimes

an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940)

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The 2002 edition of the ISO businessowners policy maintained the same square footage limitations and gross sales limitations for mercantile, service, office, and wholesale risks but expanded new categories of risks to include motels, self-storage facilities, and combination restaurants/convenience stores/gasoline stores.
Apartment buildings of any size, including residential condominium associations, are eligible for a businessowners policy.
For a businessowners policy, use endorsement BP 10 80, Off-Premises Interruption of Business--Vehicles and Mobile Equipment ("BP endorsement").
The 2002 edition of the ISO businessowners policy was expanded substantially from the original 1997 edition from both eligibility and coverage-enhancement viewpoints.
Although limited coverage is provided elsewhere under the businessowners policy (i.
If no other insurance applies (such as a builders risk policy or another commercial policy) to additions under construction, alterations, and repairs to buildings and structures, then this businessowners policy provides coverage.
businessowners policy (BOP): A package of property and liability insurance for small and medium size businesses, the BOP owes its origin to the success of the homeowners policy.
If nearby property is damaged because gasoline leaks during this process, the named insured would not have coverage under her businessowners policy.
NYSE AMEX: COVR), a Delaware corporation and provider of the Cover-All family of insurance software solutions for the property and casualty (P&C) insurance marketplace, today announced the release of their latest addition to its NexGen products offering - NexGen BOP - which supports the full policy lifecycle of ISO's Businessowners Policy (BOP) line of business.
Brokers and businesses should consider whether their current businessowners policy (BOP) provides adequate coverage.
The businessowners policy will pay up to $2,500 (increased from $1,000 under the 2002 form) if an insured enters into a contract assuming such charges prior to a loss or is required by ordinance to pay for fire department service calls.
Amendment--Liquor Liability Exclusion--Exception For Scheduled Activities (BP 04 19)--There are three endorsements that address liquor liability issues under the businessowners policy.
Society Insurance Company provided coverage for the insured under a businessowners policy.
When the businessowners policy is purchased, the insured reports only the office building and garage, and only those two buildings are shown on the declarations with a limit of insurance.