Office Burglary And Robbery Insurance

Definition of "Office burglary and robbery insurance"

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Coverage for the office of a business, or an individual in a general office building or other structure. Includes burglary of a safe; damage caused by robbery and burglary, actual or attempted; theft of office furniture, equipment, supplies and fixtures within an office; robbery inside and outside an office; kidnapping so as to force managers of an office and/or their representatives to open the office from the outside; and theft of securities and monies from the home of a messenger of the office and/or from a night depository of a bank.

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