Statements are usually posted on the first page of the directive. It contains a summary of important information such as the name and address of your business, as well as the name and address of your insurance agent. Also included are the insurance number, the validity dates of the policy and a list of coverage provided in your insurance policy. If the directive contains more than one type of coverage, it may include a general declaration as well as separate declarations for each type of coverage. For example, a directive granting both liability coverage and heritage coverage will likely include a general declaration, a declaration of liability and a declaration of ownership. Insurance contracts are designed to meet specific needs and therefore have many features that are not found in many other types of contracts. As insurance policies are standard forms, they have a language that is similar in a wide range of types of insurance.  The first page of your insurance policy is the declaration or dec page. This section of the directive, which can extend beyond one page, summarizes important information about the directive in question. These include: in 1941, the insurance industry, to move to the current system, in which the risks covered are defined first in general in an “all risk” or “all sums” to guarantee a general insurance agreement (e.g.B.
“We pay all the amounts that the insured must pay by law in damages…), and then by subsequent exclusion clauses (z.B , “This insurance does not apply to… »).  If the insured wants coverage for a risk taken by an exclusion on the standard form, the insured may sometimes pay an additional premium for the approval of the policy that suspends the exclusion. Definitions can also be used as an exclusion. For example, the employee definition in the ISO directive for professional vehicles indicates that the word used does not mean an acting worker. Temporary workers are not addressed in political exclusions. If you do not read the definition of the employee, you would not be aware that temporary workers are not insured under the policy. Exclusions – These policy provisions will set the limits of the coverage promises mentioned in insurance agreements.