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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

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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.
The Businessowners policy, or BOP as it is commonly called, developed out of the insurance industry's perennial search for new insurance products to keep up with the risk management needs and trends of markets (potential insureds); in this case, the need for comprehensive coverage to protect commercial Main Street or smaller businesses against loss or damage at a cost effective price to encourage its purchase while providing an adequate return to the insurer.
* 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.e., $10,000 for increased cost of construction), that amount is generally inadequate to meet the exposures faced by many businesses.
"This first-of-its-kind Cannabis Businessowners Policy, or CannaBOP, program will make it easier for more insurers to enter the market and fill coverage gaps for cannabis businesses," former California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said about the program.
The businessowners policy, (in which) Section I Property, Coverage agreement states: "We will pay for direct physical loss..."
There are other options available: the aforementioned businessowners policy and two options in the commercial property form, the monthly limit of indemnity and the maximum period of indemnity.
In the 1997 and prior businessowners policy programs, liability coverage was provided on a form (BP 00 06) that was separate from the property coverage.
Mo.1998), the Tavernaros owned a business covered on a businessowners policy (with the same wording as the commercial property policy).
BOP (businessowners policy): See businessowners policy.
If nearby property is damaged because gasoline leaks during this process, the named insured would not have coverage under her businessowners policy.
Where they may have settled for small "throw-in" EPLI coverage on a traditional businessowners policy, more are buying stand-alone EPLI policies today, he said.
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.