Property damage definition

Property damage means physical injury to, destruction of, or loss of use of tangible property.
Property damage means actual physical damage to tangible material property belonging to a third party.
Property damage means damage to or loss of use of tangible property.

Examples of Property damage in a sentence

  • The General Liability insurance shall also include the Broad Form Property Damage endorsement, in addition to coverage for explosion, collapse, and underground hazards, where required.

  • Broad Form Property Damage including Completed Operations: Expands the Property Damage coverage to include certain losses that would otherwise be excluded by the standard care, custody or control exclusion found in a standard policy.

  • Bodily Injury and Property Damage to third parties arising out of the operations of the Contractor.

  • The minimum limits of coverage shall be $1,000,000 per occurrence, Combined, Single Limit for Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability.

  • Coverage shall include, but not be limited to, Bodily Injury and Property Damage to Third Parties, Contractual Liability, Products-Completed Operations, Personal Injury and Advertising Injury Liability, Premises-Operations, Independent Contractors and Subcontractors, Mobile Equipment, and Damage to Rented Premises.


More Definitions of Property damage

Property damage means physical injury to or destruction of tangible property, including loss of use of it, or loss of use of tangible property which has not been physically injured or destroyed.
Property damage to property owned by an "insured". This includes costs or expenses in- curred by an "insured" or others to repair, re- place, enhance, restore or maintain such prop- erty to prevent injury to a person or damage to property of others, whether on or away from an "insured location";
Property damage means physical injury to, de- struction of, or loss of use of tangible property.
Property damage means (1) physical injury to, or destruction of, tangible property which occurs during the Memorandum Period, including the loss of use thereof at any time resulting therefrom; or (2) loss of use of tangible property which has not been physically injured or destroyed provided such loss of use is caused by an occurrence during the Memorandum Period.
Property damage means physical injury to or destruction of any tangible property, including the loss of use thereof.
Property damage means damage to or loss or destruction of tangible property or loss of use thereof.
Property damage means injury to or destruction of tangible property including the loss of its use.