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Insurable Interest in Personal Property

A critical element in the principle of indemnity is that an insured can only collect for a loss in an amount equal to his or her insurable interest in the property. That gives rise to the question, "What constitutes insurable interest?" In this article, we'll take a look at a common exposure -- an engagement ring -- and who does or does not have an insurable interest in it.

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