Peril definition

Peril means, collectively, fire, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief, damage from aircraft, vehicles and smoke and other perils covered by the "all-risk" endorsement then in use in the jurisdictions where the Properties of the Loan Parties are located.
Peril means, collectively, fire, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, earthquake, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief, damage from aircraft, vehicles and smoke and all other perils covered by the "all-risk" endorsement then in use in the jurisdictions where the Properties of the Company and its Subsidiaries are located.
Peril means as specified in Section 8.5(a).

Examples of Peril in a sentence

  • We insure covered property against direct loss from any cause while being removed from a premises endangered by a Peril Insured Against and for no more than 30 days while removed.

  • We will pay up to $500 for your liability assumed by contract or agreement for fire department charges incurred when the fire department is called to save or protect covered property from a Peril Insured Against.

  • But if the failure results in a loss, from a Peril Insured Against on the "residence premises", we will pay for the loss caused by that peril.

  • We will pay the reasonable cost incurred by you for the necessary measures taken solely to protect covered property that is damaged by a Peril Insured Against from further damage.

  • Loss for damage to glass caused by a Peril Insured Against will be settled on the basis of replacement with safety glazing materials when required by ordinance or law.


More Definitions of Peril

Peril means the cause of an insured loss.
Peril means, collectively, fire, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, earthquake, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief, damage from aircraft, vehicles and smoke and all other perils covered by the “all-risk” endorsement then in use in the jurisdictions where the properties of the Company and its Subsidiaries are located.
Peril means, collectively, (i) earthquake outside California, (ii) fire, smoke, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief and (iii) all other perils covered by the "all-risk" endorsement then in use in the States in which the Properties are located.
Peril means, collectively, fire, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, earthquake, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief, damage from aircraft, vehicles and smoke and all other perils covered by the "all-risk" endorsement then in use in the jurisdictions where the Mortgage Estate is located. Nothing in this Section 1.05 shall be deemed to limit in any respect the obligations of the Mortgagor under Section [6.05] of the Credit Agreement.
Peril means, collectively, fire, lightning, flood, windstorm, hail, earthquake, explosion, riot and civil commotion, vandalism and malicious mischief, damage from aircraft, vehicles and smoke and all other perils covered by the "all risk endorsement" then in use in the State of Colorado.
Peril is defined in Section 13.1(b) of the Lease.
Peril has the meaning set forth in Section 9.04. -----