Definitions for "insurance"
Keywords:  upcard, blackjack, ace, dealer, bet
When a player places a side bet of up to one-half of their original bet. This side bet is offered when the dealer's up-card is an ace. If the dealer's hand is a natural 21, this side bet pays two to one.
The player bets that the dealer has a blackjack when the dealer's up card is an ace.
A bet you place when the dealer's face up card is an Ace. You place half of your initial bet against the dealer having a natural blackjack. If the delaer has a natural 21 the bet doubles, if not – it is lost.
The act of insuring, or assuring, against loss or damage by a contingent event; a contract whereby, for a stipulated consideration, called premium, one party undertakes to indemnify or guarantee another against loss by certain specified risks. Cf. Assurance, n., 6.
The premium paid for insuring property or life.
A guaranty, security, or pledge; assurance.
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A contract of indemnity against specified perils.
If you dreamed of collecting an indemnity, you will suffer a setback in your plans. If you were buying insurance, your plans for the future are secure.
Keywords:  axa, iag, qbe, twr, asia
AMP AMP Limited AXA AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited IAG Insurance Australia Group Limited QBE QBE Insurance Group Limited TWR Tower Limited
Keywords:  primequote, weiss, fitch, aaa, moody
The purchaser must have fire insurance arranged and in effect before the transaction can be closed. A certificate from the insurance company may be required at the closing.
Before the transaction can be closed, the purchaser MUST have fire insurance arranged and in effect. A certificate from the insurance company may be required at the closing.
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Leases require huge insurance coverage: bodily injury or death liability: $100,000 per person / $300,000 per occurrence, property damage liability: $50,000, comprehensive & collision for full vehicle value with a maximum $500 deductible.
Most mobile phones are worth considerably more than you pay for them due to the subsidy of the handset when purchased with an airtime agreement. If you mobile is damaged or stolen it can be very costly to get a replacement. Insurance covers you against such an occurrence.
insurance - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Protects against damages caused to property by fire, windstorms and other common hazards.
There are many types of insurance that apply to the mortgage process. See hazard insurance, PMI(private mortgage insurance), and mortgage insurance.
If you wish to rent an accommodation for a certain period you should be insured against any possible risks : fire hazard, water damage, etc. This kind of insurance can be an extension of your personal insurance (check with your insurer if your personal insurance covers this before departure), or a specific contract limited to the booking period. Whichever you choose, you should carefully check if the period chosen is the right one and if the security deposit corresponds to the value of the furniture and amenities.
Keywords:  bif, saif, fdic, savings, banks
Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) is the insurance fund for insured banks. Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) is the insurance fund for insured savings associations. BIF and SAIF are managed by the FDIC
To cover your belongings whilst in transit or storage – see Insurance section for further details.
To cover your belongings while in transit or storage.
Keywords:  payes, happens, something, him, larger
Insurance taken out to cover the house itself (buildings insurance) or the things in the house (contents insurance). If something happens to the building or contents you may get a pay-out from the insurer.
A contract in which the person that is insured payes a insurance fee monthly and in case something happens to him or to the objects he insurres, he gets a larger amount of money back then what he ...
Auction insurance provides protection against the fraudulent acts of other users, i.e., reimbursement for items never sent.
the business of providing financial protection for property, life, health, etc against specific occurances.
Various insurance is prudent when taking out a home loan. House is advised income protection. Most lenders will make property insurance compulsory when they hold a mortgage over the property.
An ingenious modern game of chance in which the player is permitted to enjoy the comfortable conviction that he is beating the man who keeps the table.
variable annuity
group insurance plans and an annuity plan available at special member rates.
Keywords:  specialist, camera
Specialist camera insurance
Keywords:  trouble, monetary, help, page, provides
provides monetary help in times of trouble. Page 366
Insurance is a contract (referred to as a policy), where a person or entity...
and policy summary.
see insurance policy
Keywords:  guard, auction, safe, shipped, item
on auction sites it is usually referring to shipping insurance to safe guard your item while being shipped to you.
As a part of PITI, the amount of the monthly mortgage payment that does not include the principal, interest, and taxes. Also see: homeowners insurance.
Selling the actual outcome of the hand for its mathematical equity.
Keywords:  broker, agent
insurance agent insurance broker
Keywords:  letter, closing
Insured Closing Letter
Keywords:  sum, life, property
The sum for which life or property is insured.
Keywords:  ways, see
Please see "Ways to Give - Insurance."