Certificate Of Insurance

Definition of "Certificate of insurance"

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Document describing the benefits and provisions for people or businesses covered by group insurance. Document in life and health insurance issued to a member of a group insurance plan showing participation in insurance coverage. In property and liability insurance, evidence of the existence and terms of a particular policy.

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