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1. Level term insurance

2. lookback option

3. LA

4. land banking

5. loss leader

6. London Metal Exchange (LME)

7. levered beta

8. Licit

9. law of supply

10. Linked Samples

11. leveraged lease

12. leak

13. London Terms

14. limited equity cooperative

15. legal transfer

16. Lift Truck

17. loader

18. Least Squares Method

19. list of materials

20. LVA

21. Language - ISO

22. Liquidity preference hypothesis

23. laying the ends

24. lead time

25. Lookalike Option

26. livability space ratio

27. loss conditions

28. letter of commitment

29. LSO

30. Longitudinal Flue Space

31. losses in excess of policy limits

32. LEC

33. life

34. L License -

35. Less-developed countries (LDCs)

36. Labour Intensive

37. loan crowd

38. Late tape

39. loan participation coverage

40. loan credit default swap index (LCDX)

41. Loss Reserve Adjustment Rate

42. Linear programming

43. Loose credit

44. ladder bar

45. Least Preferred Coworker Scale

46. Letter of Transmittal

47. Licensed for Reinsurance Only

48. limitation on sale-and-leaseback

49. Limit up, limit down

50. lira

51. Long-term loss

52. land use succession

53. LP

54. Limited Liability Partnership

55. LOC

56. linear foot

57. leveling vial

58. latex portland cement mortar

59. linseed oil

60. level-coupon bond

61. LIE

62. limits under multiple policy (LUMP) years

63. Line-item Budgeting

64. lively

65. loss triangle

66. low

67. let

68. Legislative Immunity

69. Limits To Arbitrage

70. liquidity ratio

71. Level 3 asset

72. Lottery Bond

73. lead investor

74. low-income housing

75. long-dated

76. Lipper Mutual Fund Industry Average

77. late trading

78. Loan

79. Long-term capital gain (or loss)

80. limited liability company (LLC)

81. Leading Indicators

82. light handle switch

83. legal lending limit

84. Lean

85. Lockbox System

86. Link Relative

87. loan package

88. land grant

89. lessee

90. Lehman Brothers Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Index

91. Likelihood

92. latch post

93. listing broker

94. Loan Workout

95. Listing Agent

96. lenders loss payable endorsement

97. lay-up warranty

98. Lyapunov Exponents

99. Life-Prolonging Procedure

100. liquidated claim

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Homeowner's Insurance

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homeowners insurance is a contract between an insurance company and a homeowner to cover certain types of damage to the property and its contents, theft of personal possessions, and liability in case of lawsuits based on incidents or events that occur on the property. To obtain the insurance, which is based on the value of the home and what is covered in the policy, you pay a premium set by the insurance company. For each claim there's generally a deductible - a dollar amount - that you must pay before the insurer is responsible for its share. If you have a mortgage loan, your lender will require you to have enough homeowner's insurance to cover the amount you owe on the loan. Homeowner insurance policies vary substantially from contract to contract and from insurer to insurer as well as from region to region. Almost all policies have exclusions, which are causes of loss that are not covered. All of the coverage and exclusions of a particular policy are spelled out in the terms and conditions.

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