civil engineering completed risks

07:25 Mar 13, 2010
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English to Malay translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance
English term or phrase: civil engineering completed risks
Please read this product disclosure sheet before you decide to take out the civil engineering completed risks (CECR) insurance.
Local time: 10:11

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5 +1insurans lengkap risiko kejuruteraan awam



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civil engineering completed risks insurance
insurans lengkap risiko kejuruteraan awam


A brief search found the CECR insurance proposal form of MAA (a Malaysian Insurance Company) - Malaysian Assurance Alliance Berhad.

On its heading it reads:

Soal selidik dan cadangan untuk insurans lengkap risiko kejuruteraan awam
Questionnaire and proposal for civil engineering completed risks insurance

Insurance companies do not simply put any terms on the form, and therefore one can safely adopt the terms being used.

Note added at 1 day7 hrs (2010-03-14 15:19:53 GMT)

Quoted from MAA:

Civil Engineering Completed Risks (CECR)


This policy is designed to provide comprehensive cover for completed civil engineering structures.

Coverage is only granted for material damage to the structures insured and only repair costs are indemnifiable. There is no deduction of new for old. Costs for improvements i.e. alterations of the original condition, will not be indemnified. In the event of a total loss, indemnification will depend on the age of the structure if the agreed age limit is exceeded.

Underinsurance is applicable if the sum insured on the date of the loss does not correspond to the replacement value of the objects insured on that date.

Costs of removal of debris on a first loss limit, can be covered subject to additional premium.

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  • Soal selidik dan cadangan untuk insurans lengkap risiko kejuruteraan awam...
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  yam2u: shouldn't it be "complete" instead of "completed" in the source term... just wondering
10 hrs
  -> Thanks yam2u. According to MAA, the term is correctly phrased as "completed". To clarify any doubts you may have, I've added some notes. Please read. ^_^
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