3 edition of Running Press Glossary of Insurance Language found in the catalog.
Running Press Glossary of Insurance Language
Marianne T. Keim
June 1981 by Running Pr .
Written in English
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Most states have statutes of repose specific to construction projects that prohibit claims for construction defect beyond a specified number of years after the construction is completed. The policy. The written document or contract between you or your company and the insurance company.
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Topics Included in Effective Contractual Risk Transfer Statutory Limitations on Risk Transfer Most states limit the amount of risk that can be transferred in certain types of construction contracts. Running afoul of the applicable anti-indemnity statute can nullify the indemnification provision unless appropriate “savings” language is included.
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