Simplified Earnings Form

Definition of "Simplified earnings form"

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Addition to a business property insurance policy to cover loss of earnings, subject to a monthly limit, in the event that property of an insured is destroyed and a business cannot continue. The property insurance policy pays only in the event that property of an insured is destroyed and a business cannot continue. The property insurance policy pays only for direct loss of income-producing property. A building destroyed by fire represents a direct loss. Lost income resulting from the shutdown of a manufacturing facility housed in the burned building represents an indirect loss that would be covered by business interruption insurance, which is written on a number of separate forms.

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