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Section 1 – Insuring Personal Residential Property
What is a Dwelling?
The video below details common ways the term “Dwelling” is used in insurance.
Coverage Part C
The video below details what may be considered All tangible property not classified as real property. See Real property. More in the Homeowners Policy and property classes that are excluded from coverage.
Dwelling Policy Forms
The video below outlines the three Dwelling Property Forms and their basic differences.
Homeowners Eligibility and Occupancies
The video below details the types of residential dwellings and the occupancies which are eligible for a Homeowners Policy.
The video below outlines the various ownerships which are eligible for a Homeowners Policy.
Homeowners Policy Forms
The video below outlines the seven Homeowners Forms and their basic differences.
Broad Named Perils
The video below explains the meaning of “broad named perils.”
Section 2 – The Homeowners Policy Structure and Definitions
The video below takes a tour of important information found on the Homeowners Declarations Page.
Homeowner Policy Definitions
The video below explains the purpose of defined terminology in the Homeowners Policy.
Section 3 – The Homeowners Policy Section I – Property Coverages
Coverage A – Dwelling
The video below discusses Coverage A – Dwelling and assessing a proper coverage limit.
The video below discusses what is considered an Other Structure and the limit for Coverage B – Other Structures.
Limits on Property (Special Limits)
The video below details coverage sublimits for certain classes of All tangible property not classified as real property. See Real property. More under the Homeowners Policy.
Perils Insured Against
The video below summarizes the differences between named perils and open perils.
Coverage A and B, What's Not Covered
Not all coverage exclusions are found in the Exclusions section of the Homeowners Policy. The video below walks through some coverage exclusions found in Section I – Perils Person(s) protected under an insurance contract. Against for Coverage A – Dwelling and Coverage B – Other Structures.
Reasons for Exclusions
The video below explores common reasons for property exclusions found in Section I – Exclusions of the Homeowners Policy.
Section I – Exclusions, Part B
The video below summarizes exclusions for Weather, Acts or Decisions, and Faulty The process a risk manager takes to predetermine a course of action; an element of the managerial process. More found in Section I – Exclusions, Part B.
Section 4 – The Homeowners Policy Section II – Liability Coverages
Exclusions That Apply to Coverages E and F
The video below explores common reasons for liability exclusions found in Section II – Exclusions of the Homeowners Policy.
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