Extended Expiration Clause

What is Extended Expiration Clause?

Extended Expiration Clause is If the reinsurance should expire while a loss is in progress (such as business interruption), the reinsurers should pay their proportion of the entire loss providing that the loss had commenced before the expiration of the reinsurance. This extension of cover only applies to non-proportional treaties written on a losses occurring basis.

 

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