Definition of "Loss clause"

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Feature of property and casualty policy providing coverage without a reduction in the policy's limits after a loss is paid. For example, if the limit of coverage under a property policy is $100,000 and a loss of $50,000 is paid, the limit still remains $100,000. Thus, the total amount of coverage in force for future losses is $100,000. In the absence of a loss clause, the total limit of coverage is reduced after payment of a loss.

 

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