Owners, Landlords, And Tenants Liability Policy

Definition of "Owners, landlords, and tenants liability policy"

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Coverage for bodily injury and property damage liability resulting from the ownership, use, and/or maintenance of an insured business's premises as well as operations by the business anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. Businesses that qualify for the Owners, Landlords, and Tenants Policy include mercantile establishments, apartment buildings, and office buildings. The only ineligible firms are those engaged in manufacturing. Excluded perils are: operation of an automobile, aircraft, contractual liability resulting from an agreement by the insured, war, nuclear disaster, and liquor liability.

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