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What is normally third party liability property damage limit in respect of a commercial motor policy?

What is normally third party liability property damage limit in respect of a commercial motor policy?

A: Between £20m and £50m

B: Between £1m and £5m

C: Between £10m and £15m

D: Unlimited

 

Answer:

B. Third party liability property damage in respect of commercial motor is normally between £1 and £5m.

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