Per Diem Business Interruption Policy

Definition of "Per diem business interruption policy"

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Sand Dollar Realty Center Inc.

Type of business interruption insurance policy that provides a specific daily dollar amount benefit to the business owner for each day the business is unable to resume normal business operations because of property damage or destruction resulting from an insured peril.

 

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