These are special or unusual provisians that have the effect of varying a standard policy wording, or they may be alterations made to the cover offered by the insured or insurer, after the policy has begun.
(called Riders on bonds) are documents that are attached to the original policy that modify or change the original policy in some way. An endorsement my broaden coverage or may restrict coverage, or may extend coverage to an insured not on the original policy. It may also serve as a clarification of the policy's terms.
Additional title insurance coverage that protects you from situations that are not already included in your policy.
Endorsements are revisions to the original insurance policy agreement. Also known as riders, endorsement revisions often times are used to change deductible amounts or possibly to bring an additional vehicle into an existing auto insurance coverage program.
Also known as riders, endorsements are changes to the original insurance contract. In auto insurance coverage, endorsements may include changing your deductibles or adding a new car to your auto insurance policy.
Also known as riders, endorsements are changes to the original insurance contract, such as a different deductible or an additional car or driver. | Back
A written form attached to an insurance policy that alters the policy's coverage, terms or conditions.
An additional piece of paper, not a part of the original contract, which cites certain terms and which, when attached to the original contract, becomes a legal part of that contract. See Rider.
Terms or clauses used to make changes ( for example, add or delete coverage of certain things) in an insurance policy. Endorsements are known as Ontario Policy Change Forms, and are referred to as OPCF.
A term for all the other optional policies, like daily rental reimbursement, roadside assistance, etc.
Riders to the ALTA (American Land Title Association) policy that extends the coverage for specific items, such as PUDs, Condos, environmental liens, etc.
Signing of a document (e.g. draft, insurance document or bill of lading) usually on the reverse to transfer title to another party. Documents are often endorsed in blank to permit any future holder to gain title.
Changes made to an insurance policy.
Changes made to a policy.
(a) Any time you change your policy after first taking it out, the document you receive from your insurer showing the mid-term changes is called an endorsement. (b) Another definition of endorsement is the penalty shown on your driving licence following a motoring conviction.
Something, which alters your insurance cover. Your cover will be affected by any Endorsement that is shown on the schedule. (Such Endorsements may add exclusions to the cover or require you to take action such as fitting approved security) More than one Endorsement may apply. If you do not comply with any Endorsements, this Contract of Motor Insurance may no longer be valid and the company may refuse to deal with any claim.
Forms which change or modify a policy. Some may be required by your state or the company. You may choose others to make the policy meet your needs. For example, you add replacement cost coverage for your personal property to your policy. The term amendment is a synonym for endorsement.
Alteration made to a policy already in force to vary the policy terms, conditions and wording.
Additions to a title insurance policy for special coverage such as surveys, environmental and state particular endorsements that are not included in the standard insurance policy. For our comparison purposes, the fees for endorsements are considered to be a third party fee. Some lenders may include this fee in the cost of the title insurance.