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Q-1- In Faculttive reinsurance?
- The reinsurer is obligated to accept all loss exposures underwritten by the primary insurer.
- The primary insurer must negotiate a separate agreement for each loss exposure it wants to reinsure.
- The reinsurer agrees in advance to accept a set proportion of all loss exposures underwritten by the primary insurer.
- Both the primary insurer and the reinsurer may cancel the contract at any time with sufficient notice.
- Reinsurance protection continues as long as the primary insurer renews the insured’s coverage.
Option 2 Under Facultative primary insurer must negotiate a separate agreement for each loss exposure it wants to reinsure.
Q-2- The most widely used general liability insurance form is the Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy. Which of the following statements about the CGL are true?
- It can be written to cover the insured’s legal liability arising from premises and operations.
- It can be written to cover the insured’s legal liability arising from products and completed operations.
- It can be included in a Commercial Package Policy that provides coverage for both property and liability losses.
- All of above
Option-4 A Comprehensive Commercial General Liability(CGL) policy cover all of the above.
Q-3- Which of the following are paid by the Commercial General Liability form’s Coverage C i.e Medical Payments?
- Only medical expenses for which the insured is legally liable.
- Medical expenses arising from injuries resulting from an accident occurring on the insured’s premises.
- Medical expenses from injuries arising out of the insured’s completed operations.
- All of above
Option-4 All above are true under CGL coverage C of Medical payments.
Q-4- Select the coverage of supplementary payments under CGL Coverages A and Coverage B
- Such payments are used to pay for court costs.
- Such payments are in addition to the policy limits.
- Such payments are used to pay for prejudgment interest on amounts awarded to the plaintiff.
- All of above
Option-4 All above are true.
Q-5- What is the contestable period in insurance policy?
- time period taken by insurers for investigate on claim.
- time period taken by insurers for pay the claim documents.
- time period taken by insurers for manage the claim documents.
- time period taken by insurers for modify policy terms & conditions.
Option-1 ‘Contestable period’ is usually 1 or 2 years, during which the insurance company holds all the right to investigate the policy and decide whether to pay or not to pay to the insured.
Q-6- What is Revocable beneficiary means?
- right to the policy holder to change the beneficiary name without the consent of the named beneficiary.
- right to the policy holder to remove the beneficiary name without the consent of the named beneficiary.
- right to the policy holder to add more than one beneficiary name without the consent of the named beneficiary.
- None of above
Option-1 ‘Revocable beneficiary’ designation gives right to the policy holder to change the beneficiary name without the consent of the named beneficiary.
Q-7- What is No claim bonus(NCB) in vehicle insurance?
- bonus given by insurer at time of claim
- bonus in form of increased IDV of vehicle
- a benefit for not claiming insurance during the preceding year
- cash incentive offered by Insurance company in case of No claim on vehicle
Option-3 No claim bonus is a benefit for those who have not claimed insurance during the preceding year of cover. This will lower the premium on the following year.
Q-8- How No claim bonus(NCB) is given to insured?
- in form of discount in Premium
- in form of increase claim value
- in form of increase IDV of vehicle
- in form of settling of not admissible claim
Option-1 No claim bonus is a benefit for those who have not claimed insurance during the preceding year of cover. This will lower the premium on the following year.
Q-9- No Claim Bonus can not be more than _____ in a policy.
Option-3 No Claim bonus can not be more than 50% in a policy.
Q-10- In any Insurance policy, declaration page state the declaration of the
- Third party
- All above
Option-1 ‘Declaration page’ in insurance policy, bears all the information of the policy holder like name, address, vehicle information, type of coverage and loss payee information.