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What is the schedule in a policy document used for?

What is the schedule in a policy document used for?

A - Confirming who has written the policy

B – Outlining what is covered

C – Personalising the contract

D – Showing what risks are excluded


Answer:

C: The purpose of the policy Schedule is to personalise the policy to the individual insured.

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