Retention and Limit Sample Clauses

Retention and Limit. The Reinsurer will accept a fixed proportion of [up to 50%] of the Company's loss on the first $1,000,000 on behalf of the Company under each and every Policy subject to this Agreement, as follows: [4/1/02 to 3/31/03 10%, 4/1/03 to 12/31/06 15%].
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Retention and Limit. The Company shall cede to the Reinsurer and the Reinsurer agrees to accept 100% of the Company's liability arising out of directly or indirectly, in whole or in part or in connection with the Policy.
Retention and Limit. A. The Company shall retain and be liable for the first $7,000,000 of ultimate net loss arising out of each loss occurrence. The Reinsurer shall then be liable for the amount by which such ultimate net loss exceeds the Company's retention, but the liability of the Reinsurer shall not exceed $13,000,000 as respects any one loss occurrence, nor shall it exceed $13,000,000 in all during the term of this Contract.
Retention and Limit. A. As respects each excess layer of reinsurance coverage provided by this Contract, the Company shall retain and be liable for the first amount of ultimate net loss, shown as "Company's Retention" for that excess layer in Schedule A attached hereto, arising out of each loss occurrence. The Reinsurer shall then be liable, as respects each excess layer, for the amount by which such ultimate net loss exceeds the Company's applicable retention, but the liability of the Reinsurer under each excess layer shall not exceed the amount, shown as "Reinsurer's Per Occurrence Limit" for that excess layer in Schedule A attached hereto, as respects any one loss occurrence.
Retention and Limit. A. As respects business subject to this Contract, the Company shall retain and be liable for 25.0% of its net liability. The Company shall cede to the Reinsurer and the Reinsurer agrees to accept 75.0% of the Company's net liability.
Retention and Limit. All catastrophe losses will qualify as losses towards the retention. No claim shall be made in any one loss occurrence unless at least two risks insured or reinsured by the Company are involved in such loss occurrence. For purposes hereof, the Company shall be the sole judge of what constitutes one risk. The Subscribing Reinsurer shall be liable in each and every Loss Occurrence, for the Ultimate Net Loss above an initial net loss to the Company of $200,000,000 provided, however, that the Subscribing Reinsurer shall not be liable for more than $100,000,000 of each and every such Loss Occurrence, nor more that $200,000,000 in the aggregate during the term of this Contract.
Retention and Limit. The REINSURER shall pay to the COMPANY the amount of ultimate net loss sustained by the COMPANY in excess of the COMPANY’s retention of $2,000,000 each occurrence, but the REINSURER’s limit of liability shall not exceed $1,000,000 each occurrence.
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Retention and Limit. The Reinsurer will accept a fixed proportion of [up to 50%] of the Company's loss on the first $1,000,000 on behalf of the Company under each and every Policy subject to this Agreement, as follows: [1/1/05 to 12/31/11 10% (except for (1) MUST I business which proportion shall be 15% effective 1/1/09 to 12/31/11, and (2) business produced by Companion Life Insurance Company which proportion shall be 5% effective 1/1/06 to 12/30/11)].
Retention and Limit. A. The Reinsurers shall be liable to, indemnify and reinsure the Company for each and every Loss Occurrence, for ninety five percent (95%) of the excess Net Loss above an initial Net Loss to the Company of two million dollars ($2,000,000) each and every Loss Occurrence; but the Reinsurers shall not be liable for more than nine hundred fifty thousand dollars ($950,000) of Net Loss for each and every such Loss Occurrence.
Retention and Limit. A. As respects all losses subject hereto except losses arising out of an occurrence of an act of terrorism, as respects each excess layer of reinsurance coverage provided by this Contract, the Company shall retain and be liable for the first amount of ultimate net loss (whether involving any one or any combination of the classes of business covered hereunder, regardless of the number of policies under which such loss is payable or the number of different interests insured), shown as “Company’s Retention” for that excess layer in Schedule A attached hereto, arising out of each occurrence. The Reinsurer shall then be liable, as respects each excess layer, for the amount by which such ultimate net loss exceeds the Company’s retention, but the liability of the Reinsurer shall not exceed the amount, shown as “Reinsurer’s Per Occurrence Limit” for that excess layer in Schedule A attached hereto, as respects any one occurrence.
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