Insurable Interest

Definition: Interest in an asset, either real or personal, which would cause a loss if damaged or destroyed. Definition: [crh] An insurance term referring to the relationship between a policy's insured person or property and the potential beneficiary. The beneDefinition: ficiary must have an insurable interest in the insured person or property to receive payment of the policy if the insured died while the policy was in force.

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