Also known as the Dec page (pronounced deck). This is the portion of the insured's contract that gives the who, what, and how much of what is being insured as stated in the application.
That page of the insurance policy which lists the insurance company, its address, name of the policyholder, starting and ending dates of coverage, and the actual coverages given in the contract, including the covered locations and amounts.
1) With respect to property and liability insurance, the portion of the insurance policy itself, used to detail the name and address of the insured, the locations covered, the policy period, limits of insurance, endorsements attached and premiums for coverage. Commercial policies also contain such items as the type of entity and type of operation of the insured. 2) A statement made to the company or to its agents by a policyholder, upon which the company may rely in undertaking the insurance.
The section of your insurance policy containing basic information such as your name and address, the description and location of the insured property, the policy's term, amount of coverage, and premium amounts.
(Dec Sheet) - The portion of an insurance policy containing the information regarding the risk. It identifies the parties to the contract and the subject of coverage.
This is the report from your insurance company which includes the types, limits, and costs for each coverage as well as the vehicles covered by the policy. It also would include the types of coverage for each vehicle covered by the policy and other pertinent information.
A term used in insurance other than life or health to denote that portion of the contract in which is stated such information as the name and address of the insured, the property insured, its location and description, the policy periods, the amount of insurance coverage, applicable premiums and supplemental representations by the insured.
That portion of the insurance contract that contains such information as: name and address of the insured, descrioption of the property, coverage and premium amounts.