The minimum and maximum amounts that may be wagered at a given table.
An insurer's aggregate liability for policies in force as of a given date.
The maximum amount of protection purchased by the insured on each separate coverage.
In life insurance, the maximum and minimum amounts that the insurance company will insure one life at various age levels with respect to various types of insurance. In health insurance, ages below or above which the insurance company will not issue a new policy or above which it will not continue a policy in force. The term also refers to the maximum amount of benefit payable for a given situation or occurrence.
The amount and or intensity of pain or play or types of fetish that a submissive believes he can handle and enjoy.
The federal government sets limits for the amount of loans that students may borrow in stafford loans each year. See Student Loan Limits
the maximum that your insurers will pay in the event of a claim.
Maximum amount insurance company will pay to insured.
The annual maximum amounts you are allowed to invest tax-free in an ISA
Maximum amounts payable under a given coverage. May be per person, per occurrence, per day or per year. (See Split Limits; Combined Single Limit)
The maximum amount of benefits, as per the contract, that the insurance company will pay in the event of a loss.
The amount of medical benefits that will be paid. Policies may also have maximum limits for what will be paid for certain services. For example, the policy may state limits to what it will pay for a daily hospital room, surgical or physician fees.
The amount that can be bet in a game of poker can be limited in many different ways.
The maximum amount your carrier will pay for a claim.
Limits are the maximum amount an insurance company will pay for a covered loss. Though you can choose your limits for certain coverages, some states require you to buy certain levels of auto insurance coverage. In such states, you'll have to choose limits that at least meet your state's auto insurance requirements.
Limits are the maximum amount an insurance company will pay for a covered loss. While you can choose the limits you want to purchase for certain coverages, some states require you to buy limits no lower than a certain amount. | Back
The maximum number of speculative futures contracts one can hold as determined by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and/or the exchange upon which the contract is traded. Also referred to as trading limit. The maximum advance or declineÐfrom the previous day's settlementÐpermitted for a contract in one trading session by the rules of the exchange.According to the Chicago Board of Trade rules, an expanded allowable price range set during volatile markets.
The maximum amount of benefits the insurance company agrees to pay in the event of a loss.
Either the age limits that a policyholder imposes to accept an application, or the maximum benefits payable.
These are limits on the maximum bet or raise. In poker, there are three basic Limit types: Limit, Pot Limit and No Limit. In general terms, Limit Poker has a fixed limit to the amount you can bet or raise on your turn – usually it is the minimum bet for that round. With Pot Limit, you raise up to the amount in the Pot, and with No Limit you can raise any amount up to what's left in your chip stack at table. Back To
The amount of money you can bet in any game round. For example: $3/$6, $5/$10, $10/$20.
Maximum amount a policy will pay either overall or under a particular coverage.
(1) Maximum amount of benefit payable for a given situation or occurrence. (2) Ages below or above which the insurance company will not issue a new policy or above which it will not continue a policy in force.
The maximum amount of money your insurance company will pay out for your losses; many states have minimum required limits.
The most an insurance company will pay for a specific insurance coverage. Individuals can choose the limit, which meets their needs. Many states have laws that specify the minimum limits an insured must purchase.
The maximum amount of benefits your insurer will pay for a loss as designated in your insurance policy.
The amount of money that can be bet in any round of a game, e.g. $3/$6, $5/$10, $10/$20.
A term used to determine a minimum and maximum. In a mechanism, it should denote the minimum and maximum sizes for each part, between which the parts will function properly in conjunction with each other and outside of which they will not. The words "limits" and "tolerances" are often interchanged, "tolerance" represents the difference between the minimum and maximum limits.
The minimum and maximum bet sizes allowed at various times through a hand.
Limits or limits of coverage, indicate the maximum amount HARRP will be responsible for paying for a covered claim.
The maximum amount of insurance your policy will pay for a covered loss.
The largest total amount the insurance company will pay for covered losses. Many policies have multiple limits - a certain amount per person, another amount per accident and sometimes, an aggregate limit on all losses paid during the policy term. ie.... 100/300/100. In this example, the first 100 represents $100,000 bodily injury coverage PER PERSON. The 300 represents $300,00 per accident for bodily injury. The last 100 represents $100,000 limit for property damage.
(1) Ages below or above which the insurer will not issue a policy or above which it will not continue a policy presently in force. (2) The maximum amount of benefits payable for a given situation or occurrence, e.g., a limit of $50,000 on the contents of a home, or a $40,000 per accident limit for Property Damage Liability. See also Limit of Liability.
(n) The maximum and minimum sizes shown by the toleranced dimension. The larger value in a toleranced dimension is called the upper limit and the smaller value is the lower limit.
The value or amount of a policy; the greatest amount that can be collected under the policy.
Maximum amount of insurance that can be paid for a covered loss.