Claim is term that can refer to:

1. Demand for something as rightful or due

2. An assertion of a right (as to money or property)
3. Ask for legally or make a legal claim to, as of debts, for example

Ref: 122292/2006-09-19

Claim refers to the amount demanded under a policy of insurance or reinsurance arising from the loss relating to an insured event. A claim is also referred to as a loss.

Ref: 86204/2006-09-13

A demand of payment, a demand for compensation in the form of money, in accordance with an insurance policy , a demand for payment of money or property as the result of an insured loss.. . In transportation, a demand for return of overpaid charges. Also, a demand for reimbursement of losses due to loss or casualty to cargo or failure to deliver

Ref: 84557/2006-08-20

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
demand (Demand referes to the desire to possess a good ...)
ISO 14021 (ISO 14021: Self-declared environmental claims ...)
Accordance (From claim)

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