Definition of "Appurtenant structures"

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Coverage for additional buildings on the same property as the principal insured building. Most property insurance contracts such as the homeowners insurance policy cover appurtenant structures. For example, under the homeowners policy a separate garage on an insured's premise would be covered up to 10% of the home's structure amount.

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