Waiver Of Inventory Clause

Definition of "Waiver of inventory clause"

Mario Rios<br>Bi-Lingual (Fluent in Spanish & English) real estate agent
Mario Rios
Bi-Lingual (Fluent in Spanish & English), Real Estate Agent
Global Realty

Provision in property insurance that waives, under specified circumstances, the requirement for an inventory of undamaged property when a damage claim is filed. A coinsurance clause in a fire insurance policy typically requires such an inventory or appraisal at the time of a claim. The waiver avoids the expense of an inventory when the claim is small. Under one common formula, the inventory requirement is waived when the claim is for less than $10,000 and is also for less than 5% of the limit of all insurance coverage applicable to the property.

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