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An artisan’s lien is effective only if a creditor has possession of the property. (Points : 5) True False
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User: An insurance company is sometimes called an underwriter. (Points : 5) True False

User: An insurance company is sometimes called an underwriter. True False

User: An artisan’s lien is effective only if a creditor has possession of the property. (Points : 5) True False

Weegy: True
japs2310qa|Points 1979|

User: Burt obtains from Capital Insurance Company a policy that provides that if the parties cannot agree on the amount of a loss covered by the policy, an estimate of the value by an impartial third party can be demanded. This is (Points : 5) an antilapse clause. an arbitration clause. an appraisal clause. an incontestability clause.

Weegy: The answer is an appraisal clause. [ ; Clause in a property insurance policy that stipulates that either the insurer or the insured has the right to demand an appraisal in order to determine the monetary damage or loss to an insured property. Read more: ]
bongche|Points 3864|

User: Jay is a surety for Karen’s loan from Little Bank. Jay’s right to be reimbursed by Karen after having paid her debt is the right of (Points : 5) contribution. redemption. reimbursement. subrogation.

Weegy: reimbursement
jeifunk|Points 8238|

User: The existence of an insurable interest is a primary concern when determining liability under an insurance policy. (Points : 5) True False

Weegy: True.
jeifunk|Points 8238|

User: Ginny obtains a health-insurance policy for her family from Hope Insurance Company. The policy includes an incontestability clause. Under such a clause, after a policy has been in force for a specified period or time, such as two or three years (Points : 5) Ginny cannot enter a contest sponsored by Hope or its affiliate. Ginny cannot contest Hope’s refusal to pay a claim under the policy. Hope cannot contest Ginny’s eligibility for continued coverage. Hope cannot contest Ginny’s statements in the application.

Weegy: True
Eusph|Points 177|

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An insurance company is sometimes called an underwriter.
This is TRUE.
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