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What is act of god in insurance?


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An Act of God is generally defined as any peril, which is outside of human control and is unpredictable and unpreventable.

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An act of God describes an event outside of human control or activity. It's usually a natural disaster, such as a flood or an earthquake. Insurance

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In the realm of insurance, an act of God colloquially refers to any event that occurs outside of human control and that can't be predicted or

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An Act of God is an accident or event resulting from natural causes without human intervention, and one that could not have been prevented by reasonable

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