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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. inside directors

2. Pay-at-the-pump

3. open perils

4. off-premises power coverage

5. employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)

6. permanent partial disability

7. return premium

8. manifestation theory

9. pro forma (projected) financial statements

10. substandard health annuity

11. weapon of mass destruction (WMD)

12. central tendency

13. Lamb-Weston rule

14. undue hardship

15. silica

16. Pretax Operating Income

17. broad form property damage (BFPD)

18. spread loss reinsurance

19. penal sum

20. party

21. convergence (of the capital and insurance markets)

22. real estate brokers errors and omissions

23. common law

24. elevator insurance

25. noncombustible construction

26. excess loss premium (ELP) factor

27. alternative dispute resolution provision

28. underwriting agency

29. flat cancellation

30. Viator

31. negligent provider selection

32. Repurchase Agreement /'repo'

33. unallocated loss adjustment expense (ULAE)

34. conditions

35. host liquor liability

36. pre-claim advice credit

37. guaranteed cost insurance

38. financed insurance

39. cancellation

40. blanket fidelity bond

41. representation

42. first class mail coverage

43. event

44. Catastrophe Model

45. staff model health maintenance organization

46. potentially responsible party (PRP)

47. presumption

48. Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) of 1988

49. aggregate deductible

50. collateral documents

51. Annuity Contract Owner

52. bench trial

53. dual capacity

54. Carmack Amendment

55. venturi scrubbers

56. intrafamily immunity

57. sexual abuse exclusion

58. intrapolicy stacking

59. motor truck cargo

60. masonry noncombustible construction

61. Quality Indicator Profile (QIP)

62. easement

63. Statutory Accounting Principles / Sap

64. Competitive State Fund

65. plain language laws

66. bank insurance

67. divisible contract clause

68. coincidental excess coverage

69. Best's Capital Adequacy Ratio (BCAR)

70. Decreasing term insurance

71. group property and liability insurance

72. provisional premium

73. wind or hail deductible

74. allocated loss expense

75. whistleblower claim

76. expected morbidity

77. National Priorities List (NPL)

78. Qualified High-Deductible Health Plan

79. Retrospective Premium

80. summary judgment

81. immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH)

82. debit life insurance

83. interstate experience rating

84. modified premium

85. all risks, not in motion

86. key man insurance

87. Spendthrift Trust Clause

88. waterfall concept

89. disability insurance trust fund

90. commercial property policy

91. capital stock company

92. accident year data

93. business interruption

94. without prejudice

95. Health insurance

96. gap insurance

97. Investment Annuity

98. cross purchase

99. air toxins

100. truckers policy

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Section 15 Declaration Of Incontestability

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a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a mark registered on the principal register, claiming “incontestable” rights in the mark for the goods/services specified. An “incontestable” registration is conclusive evidence of the validity of the registered mark, of the registration of the mark, of the owner’s ownership of the mark and of the owner’s exclusive right to use the mark with the goods/services. The claim of incontestability is subject to certain limited exceptions set forth in §§15 and 33(b) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §§1065 and 1115(b). 15 U.S.C. §1065. Filing a Section 15 Declaration is optional. However, there are certain rules governing when one may be filed. A §15 Affidavit may not be filed until the mark has been in continuous use in commerce for at least five consecutive years subsequent to the date of registration for marks registered under the Act of 1946 (and subsequent to the date of publication under §12(c) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §1062(c), for marks registered under the Acts of 1905 and 1881 for which the benefits of the Act of 1946 have been claimed). The §15 Affidavit must be executed and filed within one year following a 5-year period of continuous use of the mark in commerce. Marks registered on the supplemental register are not eligible for claims of incontestable rights under §15. -- see File a §15 Declaration

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