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Extended coverage
also called Additional extended coverage and has one more synonym

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  1. a term used in the property insurance business

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 30, 2008
  2. All insurance policies have exclusions - specific causes of loss (also called "perils") that are not covered by the insurance company

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  3. an insurance term

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  4. endorsement(EC) was a common extension of property insurance beyond coverage for fire and lightning

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  5. added insurance against loss by the perils of windstorm, hail, explosion, civil commotion, riot and riot attending a strike, aircraft damage, vehicle damage, and smoke damage

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  6. The endorsement has been largely supplanted by what is referred to as "basic" causes-of-loss form first introduced by Insurance Services Office in 1986 as part of its simplified language revisions

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