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Question: In Property insurance, Coinsurance is


  1.  An agreement between two or more insurers to equally share the costs of large losses
  2.  A contractual agreement to make the insured bear a portion (usually small) of every loss
  3.  A contract agreement to help equalize total claims to reinsurance premiums
  4.  A contractual agreement to discourage under-insurance
  5.  A contractual agreement to prevent first-dollar coverage on small Nuisance claim above the disappearing deductible

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4. A contractual agreement to discourage under-insurance

In property insurance, coinsurance is a contractual agreement to discourage under-insurance.

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Coinsurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a business owner to share the costs of a claim.

The policy owner is required to hold a high insurance limit sufficient to cover a percentage of the property value in order to receive full compensation in the event of loss or damage to property.

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