Insured Versus Insured Exclusion

Insured Versus Insured Exclusion,

Definition of Insured Versus Insured Exclusion:

  1. Exceptions to the liability of directors and officers in insurance (and to a lesser extent in other types of professional liability insurance). Exceptions do not include the scope of a director or officer's complaint against another. The purpose of this exemption is to eliminate insurance coverage for four types of situations: (1) claims relating to employment practices, (2) internal disputes / internal disputes, (3) collusion claims and (4) party disputes. Party claims organization against its directors. And employees for reckless business practices.

Literal Meanings of Insured Versus Insured Exclusion

Insured:

Meanings of Insured:
  1. Insured person or organization.

  2. Insurance

Sentences of Insured
  1. Compensation if the insured dies

  2. Insured car

Exclusion:

Meanings of Exclusion:
  1. The act or condition of an exception or exceptions.

Sentences of Exclusion
  1. The drug addict was expelled from the army

Synonyms of Exclusion

disbarring, barring, debarment, ban, keeping out, banning, debarring, embargo, prohibition