Definition : Insurance - Exclusions

Risks or property that are not covered by the insurance contract, for example floodsgraduals damages or earthquakes. These exclusions are described in the insurance policy.

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Water damage is the leading cause of loss in co-ownership. They are also becoming more and more expensive, whether for syndicates or their insurers. And this is not surprising since the potential causes of loss are numerous. Over the past decade, the proportion of water damage has more than doubled in co-ownership.  In order to limit the extent of damage caused by water leaks, water leak detection systems have been created to detect any abnormal amount of water on the floor. This type of system also ensures the automatic closing of the main water inlet of the apartment. The objective is to be able to stop the source of water supply as soon as a leak is found.
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The syndicate's insurance does not cover everything, for example, deductibles and exclusions . This is the case for certain types of risk, such as ground movements. This means that not everything that is earthquake and its consequences are automatically covered. To get better coverage, you can subscribe complementary riders to the insurance policy. Clearly, the so-called complementary insurance is intended to increase - by increasing the basic premium - the insurance cover and the ceiling of the indemnities that can be paid. Here are some examples of complementary and optional coverage (guarantee):  
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