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Salvage In General Insurance Contracts

Salvage In General Insurance Contracts

What Is Salvage Defintion And Meaning

Salvage is also a form of recovery in any claim. In most property claims, including transit insurance claims, damaged property can be disposed off for either lower or scrap value, this is done to reduce the financial impact of claims. Hence, most insurers advise the surveyors to complete the net assessment by valuing the salvaged value of the damaged property as well.

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Especially in total loss cases, the insured may abandon the wreck or damaged property in favour of the insurer who would thereafter sell the same and credit the sale proceeds to claims account.

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