Insurance Coverage for Earthquakes in Canada vs. Insurance Coverage in Other Countries


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Essay #: 053503
Total text length is 90,708 characters (approximately 62.6 pages).

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Comparing insurance coverage for earthquakes in Canada with insurance coverage in other countries
This paper will compare Canada’s earthquake coverage to that of other nations. This paper will be arranged in the form of a literature review whereby the focus will be upon describing the situation (comparing Canada to other nations) as opposed to articulating and defending a hypothesis. Be that as it may, the available literature does reveal that BC earthquake insurance policies tend to offer more exclusions than one might find in the rest of Canada – and its minimum deductibles tend to be higher than what one might find in Ontario or Quebec or even many international jurisdictions where the threat of a catastrophic earthquake is relatively...
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