malicious mischief

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Because the policies did not define "fire," "vandalism," "malicious mischief" or "arson," the courts looked at dictionaries to find the ordinary, everyday meaning of those words.
Additionally, vandalism and malicious mischief coverage (VM&M) can be helpful.
The juveniles were charged with 24 charges each, one trespassing charge and 23 charges of malicious mischief.
The commercial foreclosure policy has vacant, partially vacant and business personal property coverage; three-, six-, nine-, or 12-month policy term options; single-coverage property, single-coverage business liability or a package including both basic (vandalism and malicious mischief) or special perils (includes the basic perils and theft); actual cash value valuation; and deductible, limits of liability and comprehensive options.
(AP) -- A Pearl River Community College student faces misdemeanor charges of malicious mischief after officials say exploding fireworks in a dormitory room triggered a small fire.
It affords fire and extended coverage; vandalism and malicious mischief; sprinkler leakage; loss of rent; and business interruption insurance coverages to commercial and residential policyholders unable to obtain coverage in the voluntary market.
Insurance policies should be reviewed to determine what coverage is available during a strike, and additional insurance coverage against vandalism or malicious mischief, should be considered.
USA Today reported "charges of malicious mischief, house burglary, conspiracy and directing a minor to commit malicious mischief."
The cold buildings conceal children awaiting trial for offenses ranging from malicious mischief to murder.
She was arrested for investigation of malicious mischief and the police are reportedly also examining whether alcohol and prescription medication played a part in the incident.
Property Coverage: Insurance that provides financial protection against losses or damage to real personal property caused by specific perils, such as fire, windstorm, hail, explosion, riot, aircraft, motor vehicles, vandalism, malicious mischief, civil commotion and smoke.
provokes belligerent world powers to malicious mischief on our doorsteps.
In fact,most nights since mid-September there has been more criminal activity involving fireworks on our estate than there was malicious mischief last night.
Insurance professionals often cringe when faced with property insurance requirements that contain wording along the lines of "fire insurance and extended coverage insurance, with sprinkler leakage, vandalism, malicious mischief and flood endorsements." Concern also arises when property insurance requirements simply refer to all-risks insurance, a term that even before September 11 had vague meaning.
Prefectural police said that unlike last year, during which there were nearly no complaints, the number of graffiti-related complaints for the city of Nara alone as of late May reached 56, with some juveniles having been arrested on suspicion of malicious mischief.