Mysterious Disappearance Exclusion


Definition of "Mysterious disappearance exclusion"

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Adriel Roman, Real Estate Agent HomeSmart Success

Policy clause that excludes coverage for loss of property if the cause of the loss cannot be identified. Mysterious disappearance is an exclusion in a standard inland marine insurance all-risks policy. Because some theft insurance policies do not contain this exclusion, they implicitly insure against mysterious disappearance and would cover the loss of a diamond necklace, for example, even if the owner did not recall how it had been lost.

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