Definition of "Special building form"

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Endorsement to the special multiperil insurance (smp) policy that provides all risks damage coverage for real property. This special form provides only minimum cover, leaving the option for adding forms to the policyholder. The policyholder has a choice of the general building form, which provides named peril coverage, or the special building form for the broader all-risks coverage.

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