Personal Property Floater

Definition of "Personal property floater"

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Mickey Tameifuna, Real Estate Agent RE/MAX Select One

Coverage for all personal property, regardless of location of an insured and household residents, including children away at school. Written on an all risks basis, subject to excluded perils such as war, wear and tear, mechanical breakdown, vermin, and nuclear disaster. "Personal property" includes clothing, television, musical instruments, cameras, jewelry, watches, furs, furniture, radios, and appliances. Coverage can be extended to damage of real property as the result of theft of personal property.

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