Excess Sample Clauses

Excess. The excess will form part of and be included within the limit of indemnity and means the first amount payable by the insured in respect of each and every claim, series of claims or circumstance as ascertained after the application of all other terms and conditions of this insurance. The excess will be applied to costs and expenses.
Excess. The Lenders through the Agent will pay to the Borrower the amount, if any, after netting out all amounts due by the Borrower under Section 22.4(a), which the Lenders may realize in excess of what is owed to them by virtue of the conversion of the Original Currency into the Second Currency.
Excess. 3.6.1 If settlement of an insured event investigated or defended by the insurer under insured section A does not exceed the amount of the applicable excess the insured will pay, or reimburse the insurer for, as applicable, any costs and expenses and paid damages including claimant costs recoverable from the insured and incurred in connection with such insured event.
Excess the amount of the excess as applicable and stated in the schedule within the e-certificate..
Excess. For loss or damage (except by fire) to the Buildings of the Private Dwelling House by any Insured event where Excess applies, Excess shall separately apply to:
Excess. 7.6.1 If the insured event forms the subject of indemnity under more than one of insured sections A to D the insured’s maximum liability the excess will be the highest applicable excess.
Excess. The insurance product is designed to have various excess options. The agreed excesses do not apply to Article 5, Benefits 12, 22, 23 and 29. Excesses also do not apply to transportation costs incurred under Article 5, Benefit 17, but would apply to any medically necessary treatment required under Article 5, Benefit 17. The amount of the excess should be mutually agreed between the policyholder and insurer and stipulated in the insurance contract.