Casualty definition

Casualty shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.2 hereof.
Casualty means the occurrence of any casualty, damage or injury, by fire or otherwise, to the Property or any part thereof.
Casualty means any casualty, loss, damage, destruction or other similar loss with respect to real or personal property or improvements.

Examples of Casualty in a sentence

  • The Surety issuing the bond must have a general rating of "A", and shall be a Class V or higher in the financial size category as defined by Best's Key Rating Guide - Property and Casualty.

  • The Surety issuing the Performance and Payment Bond must have a general rating of "A" and shall be a Class V or higher in the financial size category as defined by Best's Key Rating Guide-Property and Casualty.

  • Prompt written notice, and in any event within three Business Days, of the occurrence of any Casualty Event or the commencement of any action or proceeding that could reasonably be expected to result in a Casualty Event.

  • Coverage afforded under this Agreement is not guaranteed by the Utah Property and Casualty Guaranty Association.

  • The County is a member of both the MCIT Workers’ Compensation and Property and Casualty Divisions.


More Definitions of Casualty

Casualty has the meaning set forth in Section 2.7.
Casualty means, with respect to a Financed Vehicle, the total loss or destruction of such Financed Vehicle.
Casualty means a fire, explosion, flood, collapse, earthquake or other casualty affecting the Property.
Casualty means any damage to or destruction of or which affects the Leased Premises or Adjoining Property or which arises from the Adjoining Property.
Casualty means any loss of or damage to any property included within or related to the Property or arising from an adjoining property caused by an Act of God, fire, flood or other catastrophe.
Casualty is defined in Section 12.1.
Casualty shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.2.