Inherent Vice Exclusion


Definition of "Inherent vice exclusion"

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Dawna Stone, Real Estate Agent The Property Shoppe of Central Florida, Inc.

Provision of a property policy that excludes construction that is likely to suffer a loss. For example, the roofing material used may not be able to withstand a wind force of more than 15 miles per hour.

 

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