Civil Commotion definition

Civil Commotion means a disturbance, commotion or disorder created by civilians usually against a governing body or the policies thereof.
Civil Commotion means any act committed in the course of a disturbance of the public peace (where such disturbance is motivated by political reasons) by any person taking part together with others in such disturbance or any act of any lawfully constituted authority for the purpose of suppressing or minimising the consequence of such act.
Civil Commotion has the meaning given to such expression in the general conditions of insurance included in the Standard Form of Insurance Contract;

Examples of Civil Commotion in a sentence

  • Strike, Riot and Civil CommotionInjury sustained as a direct result of Strike, Riot and Civil Commotion will be covered under the terms of this Policy provided that the Insured is not an active/direct participant of such activities or the Injury does not arise out of or in connection with the Insured’s collaboration or provocation of such act.

  • Mutiny, Civil Commotion assuming the proportion of or amounting to a popular-rising, military rising, insurrection, rebellion, revolution, military or usurped power.

  • Loss or damage directly or indirectly, proximately or remotely occasioned by or which arises out of or in connection with Riot and Strike, Civil Commotion, Earthquake, Flood, Storm, Cyclone or other convulsions of nature or atmospheric disturbances.

  • Neither the Corporation nor the Transport Contractor shall be considered in default in the performance of their respective obligations herein above if such performance is prevented or delayed because of act of God, War, Flood, Hostilities, Revolution, Civil Commotion, Official Strike, Epidemic, Accident or Fire, or because of Law and Order Proclamation, regulation or ordinance of any Govt.

  • Loss or damage whether direct or indirect arising from War, War-like operations, Act of Foreign Enemy, Hostilities, (whether war be declared or not) Civil War, Rebellion, Insurrection, Civil Commotion, Military or Usurped Power, Seizure, Capture, Confiscation, Arrests, restraints and detainment, by the order of any Government or any other authority.

More Definitions of Civil Commotion

Civil Commotion means the same as Riots as defined in this Policy.
Civil Commotion means the substantial disturbance of the public peace by three (3) or more persons assembled together and acting with common intent.
Civil Commotion means creation of internal disturbances in violation of law or intended o violate law, commencement or continuation o illegal strikes, go-slows, lock-outs, vehicles snatching or lifting, damage to or destruction of state or private property, random firing to create panic, charging bhatha, acts of criminal trespass (illegal qabaz), distributing, publishing or pasting of a handbill or making graffiti or wall-chalking intended to create unrest or fear or create a threat to the security of law and order to
Civil Commotion has the meaning given to such expression in the Operations Manual or in the general conditions of an Insurance Contract or a Contract of Guarantee that may be issued by ATI or an Insurer to an Insured from time to time.
Civil Commotion means an outbreak of lawlessness of a fairly considerable scale amongst the citizens of a state which is something between a Riot and total insurrection and is deemed to include labour disturbances or Lockouts.
Civil Commotion means a substantial disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons assembled together and acting with common intent that has caused actual physical damage to the Named Insured's Property, or bodily injury or death to an Insured Person or prevents the Named Insured or any Insured Persons from having accessaccessing to or exiting from the Named Insured's Property.
Civil Commotion there are not actual acts of aggression on the ground or in the air space of such territories. CLAIMS PROCEDURE In the event the Insured receives written notice from the Company, or the Sponsor of any happening or circumstance which is likely to give rise to a claim under the Policy the Insured shall: