Fire policy

the writing or instrument expressing the contract of insurance against loss by fire.

See also: Fire

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To meet this end a fire policy is bought with additional coverage of riot, strike, malicious damage, atmospheric disturbance, earthquake etc.
Even if there is a contract that too can be challenged in court,' Qadri said and added, 'an employer can't have hire and fire policy. Contract should have certain privileges attached to it'.
Before the war, fire policy was a regular topic of debate -- stop fires or allow controlled burns?
GAZA, August 2, 2018 (WAFA) -- New statistics by the Ministry of Health on the victims of the Israeli open fire policy at the peaceful participants in the Great Return March since March 30 until the end of July showed that 155 Palestinians were shot and killed and 17,259 received different injuries, including gas inhalation.
Woodlock found that language in the policy purporting to exclude coverage for an innocent insured for a loss caused by the intentional acts of another insured was inconsistent with the scope of coverage afforded by the standard fire policy found at G.L.c.
"I would say that the government should come up with a hire and fire policy. When we say that Omanis don't work, I disagree.
Question: The insured owns a rental home that is insured on a Dwelling Fire policy. The liability for the rented home is endorsed to the Dwelling Fire policy.
The disastrous fire resulted in major changes to Alberta's forest fire policy. A new Forestry Act was passed and fire prevention became a number one priority.
The bill expands the time to bring suit under the standard fire policy from 18 to 24 months.
For example, there might be no coverage or limited coverage for fire resulting from an act of terrorism under a standard fire policy.
Like most other places in the American West, fire policy prior to that time stemmed from a belief that wildfire was a destructive force, and one whose presence was not to be tolerated.