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- fine print
- give up
- desertion clause
Definition of Abandonment Clause
- A clause found in some property insurance policies that allows the policyholder to abandon lost or damaged property, under certain specific circumstances, and still receive their full insurance benefits. For example, an abandonment clause can be used with marine property when recovering or repairing a lost or sunk ship might cost more than the value of the ship itself.
Related Terms and Acronyms
- Waiver — Definition,
- The intentional and voluntary renunciation, abandonment, or surrender of some claim, right, or privilege.
- Insurance Policy — Definition,
- A legal contract between an insurer and entity that specifies what the insurer is required to cover and any benefits the insured entity is entitled to.
- Abandonment — Definition,
- A disclaimer of ownership by the trustee or debtor in property deemed burdensome or inconsequential. Once property has been "abandoned" it is no longer the property of the estate and creditors can seek to recover their money.