What is Insurance Rules?
The Principles Act, the source of the law that defines voluntary insurance terms. It explains the rights and obligations of the contracting parties, the objection to insurance, a list of insured facts and the exceptions (clauses) that enable the insured to be exempt from its obligations. Insurance rules are usually set out in the insurance policy or are part of the insurance contract. Approved by heads of insurance companies and state insurance regulators.
Literal Meanings of Insurance Rules
Meanings of Insurance:
The methods or contracts used by companies or government agencies provide a guarantee of certain damages, injuries, illnesses or death in return for payment of premiums.
Something to protect against possible emergencies.
Synonyms of Insurance
security, safeguard, cover, surety, financial protection, provision, indemnity, indemnification, safety measure, shelter, defence, preventive measure, protection, precaution, immunity
Meanings of Rules:
Any clear or understood rules or policies that govern practices or procedures in a specific area of business.
Control or govern an area or city.
Normal or normal conditions.
A piece of wood or other hard material used to measure the length of a ruler or to mark straight lines.
Summary of Australian Governance
Use the most power or authority over (an area and its people).
Talk to the authorities and the law to get things done.
Drawing parallel lines (paper)
(Price or commodity in terms of price) has a certain general level or power.
Sentences of Rules
Rules of cricket
The revolution ended British rule
The accident was a rule of thumb
The plastic mold includes a ruler, measurement and drilling instructions.
The region is now ruled by elected politicians
A labor court has ruled that he was mistakenly fired
Place the page horizontally and print the information correctly.
Synonyms of Rules
by-law, sovereignty, mandate, directive, scale, practice, be the leader of, supremacy, protocol, pronouncement, convention, habit, preside over, injunction, dictum, fiat, govern, influence, procedure, stipulation, adjudge, head, act, administer, authority