Definition of "Livestock floater"

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Jamie Parker, Real Estate Agent Keller Williams Atlatta partners

Standard Commercial Property Floater form covering death or damage to livestock as the result of insured perils such as fire, lightning, explosion, smoke, wind, hail, aircraft, earth quake, theft, flood, collapse of bridges, collision, or overturn of a vehicle used in transporting the livestock from the point of destination. Some insurance companies also cover attacks by domestic or wild animals, drowning, and accidental shooting. Common exclusions include illegal acts, confiscation by the order of a government authority, loss due to quarantine, war, loss due to sleet or snow, and loss due to the acceptance by the owner of a check covered by insufficient funds.


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