Full reporting clause

Full reporting clause,

Definition of Full reporting clause:

  1. A clause, most often seen in commercial policies, stipulating that the policyholder must report the propertys value to the insured at certain predetermined times. This is done to ensure that coverage is sufficient to cover the value of a potential loss. The policyholder may be assessed a penalty for failing to regularly report the accurate value.

Meaning of Full reporting clause & Full reporting clause Definition


What is The Definition of FULL REPORTING CLAUSE?

A simple definition of FULL REPORTING CLAUSE is: One of the stipulations in most of the reporting form guidelines is that the policyholder is punished in case of a claim if it is found that the actual value of the policyholder is less than the available price. (See reporting policy)



Meanings of FULL:
  1. In which you add or save as much as possible without free space.

  2. Don't give up or give up anything completely.

  3. Fat or roundness (of a person or part of the body).

  4. Straight

  5. The greatest virtue of a period or period of power, point or condition.

  6. Fill (something).

  7. Add or attach (fabric) to make a complete dress.

  8. Content for (month or more).

  9. Cleaning, shrinking and lining (cloth) using heat, pressure and moisture.

Sentences of FULL
  1. A container full of garbage

  2. Enter your full name below

  3. Her lips are full

  4. He turned and looked at her face

  5. I knew he was humble enough to break

  6. Many of those killed in the attack survived.

  7. The house was filled with screams

Synonyms of FULL

just, womanly, curvaceous, in depth, ample, Junoesque, filled, directly, filled up, right, brimming, point-blank, plump, straight, all-encompassing, rounded, voluptuous, square, dead, buxom


Meanings of REPORTING:
  1. Give an oral or written account of what you have observed, heard, done or investigated.

  2. Formally, imagine that you have reached a certain point or are ready to do something.

  3. Responsible for (manager or supervisor)

  4. Representation of a particular article, even in the form of an official document, after a thorough investigation or review of a particular person or body.

  5. Information that is not based on solid evidence.

  6. A sudden loud noise or something like an explosion or bullets.

  7. An employee who is dependent on other employees.

  8. Reputation of someone or something.

Sentences of REPORTING
  1. The Minister reported a decline in milk production

  2. Stuart should be in the experimental office on Monday

  3. President's Annual Report

  4. Rumors are circulating that the president will step down

  5. All our horses are very friendly and listening. 22 Reports

Synonyms of REPORTING

describe, crack, arrive, account, intelligence, repute, announce, regard, description, turn up, bang, detail, sign in, give an account of, delineation, reputation, delineate, stature, name, tell of


Meanings of CLAUSE:
  1. The unit of grammatical organization is at the very bottom of the continuous sentence and in the traditional grammar, which must have an article and a prediction.

  2. Articles, terms or reservations are specific and vary in agreement, law or contract.

Sentences of CLAUSE
  1. Of the above sentences, both sentences were added in sequence, without any components.

  2. Contracts usually choose the terms of the law that define the applicable law.

Synonyms of CLAUSE

idiomatic expression, term, article, part, heading, phrasal verb, subsection, clause, note, point, word group, phrasal idiom, wording, construction, section, turn of phrase, group of words, paragraph, passage, idiom, locution, item, expression, set phrase