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D. Insurance against damage or loss of property

Loss of or damage to household contents such as furniture, decoration, electrical appliances and personal valuables can be insured. A typical example of such kind of insurance is a "Householder's Comprehensive" insurance policy which may provide cover in one package for

 

  1. loss of or damage to the contents of a dwelling caused by fire, lightning, explosion, burst water pipes, theft, typhoon and windstorm, and flood;
  2. loss of or damage to servants' property;
  3. costs of alternative accommodation during the period in which the household is being repaired after a misfortune that is insured against;
  4. liability to the public; and
  5. personal accident benefits for the policyholder.

 

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