Ordinance Or Law Sample Clauses

Ordinance Or Law. Ordinance Or Law means any ordinance or law:
Ordinance Or Law a. You may use up to 10% of the limit of liabil- ity that applies to Coverage A for the in- creased costs you incur due to the en- forcement of any ordinance or law which requires or regulates:
Ordinance Or Law a. The Ordinance Or Law limit of liability de- termined in b. or c. below will apply with re- spect to the increased costs you incur due to the enforcement of any ordinance or law which requires or regulates:
Ordinance Or Law. Ordinance or Law means any ordinance or law:
Ordinance Or Law. This means loss or increased cost resulting from enforcement of any code, ordinance or law regulating the use, construction, repair, or demolition of a building or other structure. When breakage of glass is covered by this policy, we pay to replace damaged glass with safety glazing materials where required by code, ordinance or law.
Ordinance Or Law. Loss or damage caused directly or indirectly from the enforcement of any ordinance or law regulating the construction, repair or demolition of a building or other structure. Vacancy Loss or damage caused directly or indirectly after your unit has been, to your knowledge, vacant for more than 30 consecutive days, unless previously agreed to by us.
Ordinance Or Law. Increased Cost of Construction and Resulting Loss of Rents $100,000 in the aggregate for all of the following unless a greater limit of insurance for Ordinance or Law is shown on the Declarations Page:
Ordinance Or Law. Enforcement of by-law, regulation, ordinance or law regulating zoning or the demolition, repair or construction of Buildings or structures including the cost of removing its debris, which by-law, regulation, ordinance or law makes it impossible to repair or reinstate the property as it was immediately prior to the loss, except as provided for under the Building By-Laws coverage extension under SECTION I, COVERAGE B, Clause 2.c. Building By-Laws.
Ordinance Or Law. “We” do not pay for:
Ordinance Or Law. Exclusion is clarified to exclude loss due to compliance with local ordi- nances. (Clarification)