Care, Custody, And Control

Definition of "Care, custody, and control"

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Keller Williams Realty - Leesburg

Phrase in most liability insurance policies that eliminates from coverage damage or destruction to property under the care, custody, and control of an insured. Such coverage is excluded from liability policies because the insured either has some ownership interest in such property (better covered through property not liability insurance) or is a bailor of the property (and can better cover this bailment exposure through an appropriate bailee policy).

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