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Last edited 06 Aug 2019
Contractors' all-risk insurance
- The cost of unforeseen loss or damage to building works.
- Machinery movement.
- Public liability.
- Plant owned by the policy holder.
- Plant hired in.
- Business interruption.
- Equipment erection.
Contractors' all-risk insurance is available from a wide range of insurance providers.
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- Risk management.
- Risk register.
- Run-off cover.
- Single project professional indemnity insurance
- Specified perils.
- Subcontractor default insurance (SDI).
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