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P350UP7491UFLAT SIZE:297MM H 420MM WFINISHED SIZE: 297MM H 210MM WYour Home InsurancePolicy WordingPremier Select Cover93000475 453565 POL.indd 110/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverWelcome to your John Lewis Home InsuranceThank you for choosing John Lewis Home Insurance, underwrittenby Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc, who are one of the UK’s largestand oldest insurers.We hope you won’t need to make a claim. But, if you do, you canrest assured that you will receive excellent service from our teamof claims specialists.We want to ensure that you understand your Home Insurance Policyand legally we need to make you aware that the information you’vegiven us is the basis of your insurance contract with us. Your policy,including this booklet, and your Schedule are evidence of that contract,so please read them carefully to ensure that the cover provided isexactly what you need. Please keep them in a safe place.This page gives you a summary of some of the cover options that youmay have chosen. For a full explanation of each type of cover, includingany exclusions, please see the relevant section in this booklet.Buildings OptionWe’ll cover you for the buildings of your home and other permanentstructures on your land, such as garages and outbuildings, drives, walls,fences and gates, against damage by fire, flood, subsidence, accidentalbreakage of drains and pipes, accidental damage to cables andunderground tanks and other specified causes.Personal Possessions OptionFrom your glasses to your laptop or your credit cards, we’ll coveryour personal possessions when you are at home and anywhere inthe world.Student CoverWe’ll cover you for the contents taken away from the home by amember of your family who is studying at university, college or school.Pedal Cycle OptionWe’ll cover your pedal cycles and their accessories, whetheryou are at home or anywhere in Europe, Jordan, Madeira,the Canary and Mediterranean islands and those countriesbordering the Mediterranean, and for up to 60 days worldwide.Garden OptionWe’ll protect your plants, garden furniture, lawns and tools againstloss or damage caused by fire, theft, malicious acts or vandalism andother specific causes.Home Emergency OptionWe’ll provide access to advice and help with the cost of homeemergency assistance. If your home is uninhabitable, we’ll evencover alternative accommodation for you and your family.Buildings Accidental Damage OptionProtected No Claims Discount OptionThis level of cover provides wider Accidental Damage Cover to thestructure of your home (for example, damage caused by putting yourfoot through a ceiling). Accidental damage means sudden, unexpectedand visible damage which has not been caused on purpose. You canadd Accidental Damage Cover to your core Buildings Cover.Protect your no claims discount so that, in the event of a claim,you will not lose the entire discount that you have earned.Contents OptionWe’ll provide you with cover for contents in your home against lossor damage by fire, flood, storm, theft, escape of water and otherspecified causes. This includes accidental damage to glass in furniture,TVs, satellite, video, audio entertainment and computer equipment.Identity TheftWe’ll provide cover for expenses and legal fees for you or your familyin the event of identity theft.Legal Expenses OptionWe’ll provide access to a wide range of legal assistance, includingprofessional mediation concerning personal injury, consumer protection,residential, employment and tax issues.Contents Accidental Damage OptionThis level of cover provides wider Accidental Damage Cover to thecontents in your home (for example, damage caused by knockingover a vase or damage to furniture). Accidental damage meanssudden, unexpected and visible damage which has not been causedon purpose. You can add Accidental Damage Cover to your coreContents Cover.293000475 453565 POL.indd 210/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverContentsHow to contact us4Understanding your policy5Policy limits5Words with special meanings6The insurance contract7Buildings Option7Buildings Accidental Damage Option10Contents Option10Contents Accidental Damage Option14Personal Possessions Option15Student Cover16Pedal Cycle Option18Garden Option18Home Emergency Option19Protected No Claims Discount Option21Identity Theft21Legal Expenses Option23Policy conditions26Claims conditions27How to make a claim28Policy exclusions29Complaints procedure30How RSA use your information31393000475 453565 POL.indd 310/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverHow to contact usCustomer Services0845 078 7560Lines are open Monday to Friday between8am and 8pm, Saturday between 9am and5pm and Sunday between 10am and 4pm.Claims HelplineIn the event of a claim, call us onthis number.0845 078 3838Lines are open Monday to Friday between8am and 8pm and on Saturday between9am and 5pm.John Lewis Home Insurance CentrePO Box 10483Birmingham B3 2ZXEmail via: www.johnlewis-insurance.com/contactusJohn Lewis Home ClaimsPO Box 21561Stirling FK7 1AAIf you need to make a claim, we’ll tell you the process to follow.Please read the claims conditions before ringing the Claims Helpline.Home EmergencyYour Policy Schedule will showwhether this cover has been selected.0845 078 7599Identity TheftThis cover is administered byFirstAssist Insurance Services Limited.0845 078 3838Lines are open 24 hours a day,7 days a week.Lines are open Monday to Friday between8am and 8pm and on Saturday between9am and 5pm.Please refer to your Policy Schedule, which includes details of yourcover. Please read the Home Emergency Option section of yourpolicy before you call.John Lewis Home ClaimsPO Box 21561Stirling FK7 1AAIf you need to make a claim, we’ll tell you the process to follow.Please also read the claims conditions before ringing theClaims Helpline.Legal ExpensesYour Policy Schedule will show whetherthis cover has been selected. In theevent of a claim, call us on this number.This cover is administered byFirstAssist Insurance Services Limited.0845 078 7594Lines are open Monday to Friday between9am and 5pm.When calling the Legal ExpensesClaims Line, please quote schemereference 72804.Please call for a claim form and then send it to:The Legal Expenses Claims Department,FirstAssist Insurance Services Limited,Marshall’s Court, Marshall’s Road, Sutton,Surrey SM1 4DU.Email: personal.claims@firstassistlegal.co.ukPlease refer to your Schedule which will include details of cover.Please read the Legal Expenses Option section of your policybefore you call.Minicom/Type Talk0800 300 836Lines are open Monday to Friday between8am and 8pm, Saturday between 9am and5pm and Sunday between 10am and 4pm.If you have hearing or speech difficulties, you can contact us usingMinicom. This document and all of our literature is available in largeprint, audio or Braille. Please contact us for further assistance.Your policy may give you access to the following helpline:Legal Advice HelplineYour Policy Schedule will showwhether this cover has been selected.Please read the instructions oppositebefore making the call.0845 078 7594When calling the Legal Advice Helpline,please quote scheme reference 72804.Lawyers, paralegals and other legally qualified people are availableto provide free advice and explain legal issues related to any privatelegal problem in a friendly and helpful way.Lines are open 24 hours a day,7 days a week.This cover is administered byFirstAssist Insurance Services Limited.Before making a claim, you should take any immediate action that you think is necessary to reduce further loss or damage.Please have your policy number handy when you call. While most claims can be agreed over the phone, there may be times when we will ask youto complete a claim form and provide us with further information.Telephone calls may be recorded and monitored.493000475 453565 POL.indd 410/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverUnderstanding your policyThe policy is in two parts – the Policy Wording and the PolicySchedule. The Policy Wording explains what is and what is notcovered, how claims are settled and other important information.The Policy Schedule shows which sections of cover from the policyapply, the amount insured and the premium. Please keep the PolicySchedule with the Policy Wording.Within each section of cover, the first column will tell you whatthe cover includes. The second column will tell you what it doesnot cover.A new Policy Schedule will be sent whenever a change is made to theinsurance so that you can check that the cover still meets your needs.Please read ‘How we settle claims’ on pages 28–29 and thepolicy exclusions on page 29 and the policy and claims conditionson page 27.There are conditions of the insurance that you or your familywill need to meet as your part of this contract on page 26.These conditions set out the changes in circumstances thatcould affect your cover and when we would cancel your policy.Please take the opportunity to read the policy conditions.If you have any questions, please contact us. Telephone numbers andother contact details are shown on page 4.Once you receive the Policy Wording, you have 14 days to make surethat the cover is exactly what you need. If you need to make anychanges, please contact us as soon as possible.Policy limitsThe most we will pay in respect of any one claim is detailed below.Buildings OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleBuildings sum insuredThe sum insured is unlimited except for:Legal liability defective premisesCover 18 2,000,000Legal liability as owner of the propertyCover 19 2,000,000Contents OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleContents sum insuredThe sum insured is unlimited except for:Valuables in the homeThe valuables limit shown on the ScheduleSingle item limit 15,000Money in the home 1,000Business equipment 10,000 (including 500 business stock)Theft from outbuildings and garagesCover 3 and 4 5,000Credit card liabilityCover 15 1,000 (in most cases, you will only be liablefor the first 50 per card)Accidental loss of metered water, liquid petroleum gas or oilat your homeCover 16 5,000Contents left in the open at your homeCover 18 5,000DocumentsCover 20 2,500Visitors’ personal effectsCover 21 2,500Domestic staff’s personal effectsCover 22 1,000Occupiers and personal liabilityCover 24 2,000,000Employers’ liabilityCover 24 10,000,000Tenants liabilityCover 25 20,000Tenants improvementsCover 26 20,000Unrecovered damagesCover 27 2,000,000Shopping in transitCover 29 1,000Dependent relativeCover 30 2,500Music, film or electronic data downloadsCover 32 5,000Personal Possessions OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the SchedulePersonal Possessions sum insuredThe limit shown on your Schedule, except for:Theft from unattended motor vehicles 5,000 (or the Personal Possessions sum insured if lower)Money 1,000Credit card liability 1,000 (in most cases, you will only be liable for the first 50 per card)Theft from outbuildings 5,000 (or the Personal Possessions sum insured if lower)593000475 453565 POL.indd 510/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverStudent CoverThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleStudent Cover total sum insured 5,000The following items are subject to the limits shown:Personal computers 1,500DVDs and CDs 500Games and game players 500Money 200Pedal cycles 500Credit card liability 1,000 (in most cases, you will only be liable for the first 50 per card)Student personal effects and valuables anywhere in the world 3,000Maximum limit for any single item 1,500Pedal Cycle OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the SchedulePedal Cycle sum insuredThe limit shown on your ScheduleGarden OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleGarden sum insured 5,000Home Emergency OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleHome Emergency sum insured 1,500Identity TheftThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleIdentity Theft sum insured 50,000The following items are subject to the limits shown:Administration fees spent by you to reapply for a loan 750Telephone and postal expenses 250Loss of earnings 150 per day up to a maximum of 7,500Fees for administrating fraud affidavits and other documents 2,500Legal Expenses OptionThe sum insured/limit shown on the ScheduleLegal Expenses sum insured 100,000Words with special meaningsSome words have a special meaning in the policy and these are listedbelow. Whenever a word with a special meaning is used in the policy,it will be printed in bold type.There are other words with special meanings listed under the LegalExpenses Option on page 22. You should also look at these if youhave selected this Option.Insurance periodThe period shown on your Policy Schedule and any further periodfor which you have paid or have agreed to pay and we haveaccepted or have agreed to accept your premium.We/our/usRoyal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc.You/your/policyholderThe person(s) named as policyholder on your Policy Schedule.Your familyYou or any of the following people, providing they normally livewith you: your husband, wife or partner, your children (including foster children and adopted children), your relatives, your domestic employees (person(s) employed to carry outdomestic duties associated with your home).Inflation protectionThe sum insured under Personal Possessions shown on the PolicySchedule will be adjusted in line with a recognised index.No extra charge will be made for any increase until the renewal ofthe policy, when the renewal premium will be based on the adjustedsum insured and limits.For your protection, we will not reduce the sum insured or limitsif the index moves down unless you ask us to.693000475 453565 POL.indd 610/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverThe insurance contractThis policy is a legal contract between you and us. The PolicyWording and Policy Schedule make one document and must beread together. Please keep them together.The contract is based on the information that you provided whenyou applied for the insurance.Unless you and we agree otherwise, we have agreed with you thatthe law which applies to this contract is the law which applies to thepart of the United Kingdom in which you live or, if you live in theChannel Islands or the Isle of Man, the law of whichever of thosetwo places in which you live.Our part of the contract is that we will provide the cover set outin this Policy Wording for: those sections that are shown on the Policy Schedule, the period of insurance set out on the Policy Schedule.We and you have agreed that any legal proceedings between youand us in connection with this contract will only take place in thecourts of the part of the United Kingdom in which you live or, ifyou live in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, the courts ofwhichever of those two places in which you live.Your part of the contract is that you must: pay the premium as shown on the Policy Schedule, comply with all the conditions set out in this policy.It is important that you read the Changes in your circumstancespolicy condition on page 26. This details the circumstances in whichyou need to advise us of changes after your policy has been issued.If your part of the contract is not met, we may turn down a claim,increase the premium or you may find that you do not have any cover.This policy has been issued by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc inthe United Kingdom.Under the laws of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Walesand Northern Ireland), both you and we may choose the law whichapplies to this contract, to the extent permitted by those laws.Buildings OptionThis Option sets out the cover provided for buildings. If this section has been provided, it will be shown on the Policy Schedule as includedunless the Schedule states ‘Not insured under this policy’.What is includedWhat is not includedThere are two parts to the buildings:a) the buildings of the part of the home in which you live, includingits detached annexes, outbuildings, garages, sheds and greenhouses,b) the drives, walls, patios, paved terraces, footpaths, tennis courts,fixtures, fittings, permanently wired fixed alarm systems, fencesand gates, plus statues, pergolas, gazebos, garden ponds, swimmingpools and fountains that are all permanently fixed into the groundand all belonging to the home in which you live.Items covered under the Garden Option. These are trees, shrubs,plants, hedges and lawns, gardening equipment (including motorisedgardening equipment), garden furniture and removable items thatare normally used in the garden including play equipment, temporarygazebos, water features, statues, pots, lights and barbecues.Aerials or satellite receiving equipment.Any home used for any trade, professional or business purposesexcept clerical business use.Mobile homes.Any amount exceeding the Buildings sum insured shown on theSchedule and limits shown on page 5.Both a) and b) must be at the address shown on the Schedule.What is coveredWhat is not coveredPhysical damage to the buildings described above caused by thefollowing:The excess, this is the first part of any claim that you must pay.It applies to all covers except 11, 15 and 17–19. The excess amountis shown on your Schedule.1. Fire, lightning, explosion, earthquake or smoke.Damage by smoke from air pollution.2. Storm or flood.Damage caused by: frost, a rise in the water table (the level below which the ground iscompletely saturated with water).Damage to fences or gates.3. Freezing of water in fixed water or fixed heating systems. Water oroil escaping from washing machines, dishwashers, fixed water or fixedheating systems.Damage to the appliance or system which the water or oil escapesfrom, unless freezing causes the damage.Damage to any part of the buildings by Subsidence cover 4, as a resultof escaping water.The cost of removing, repairing or replacing part a) the home in whichyou live, in order to locate the source of the escape of water or oil.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.4. Subsidence or heave of the site on which the buildings stand or ofland belonging to it, or landslip.Subsidence means downward movement of the site on which yourbuildings stand by a cause other than the weight of the buildingsthemselves.Heave means upward and/or lateral movement of the site on whichthe buildings stand caused by swelling of the ground.Landslip means downward movement of sloping ground.The first part of any claim that you must pay is shown on the Scheduleas the subsidence, heave or landslip excess.Damage to part b) the drives, walls, patios, paved terraces, footpaths,tennis courts, fixtures, fittings, permanently wired fixed alarm systems,fences and gates, plus statues, pergolas, gazebos, garden ponds, swimmingpools and fountains that are all permanently fixed into the ground andall belonging to the home in which you live unless part a) the home inwhich you live is damaged by the same cause and at the same time.793000475 453565 POL.indd 710/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverBuildings Option (continued)What is coveredWhat is not coveredDamage to solid floors or damage caused by solid floors moving,unless the foundations of the outside walls of part a) the home inwhich you live are damaged by the same cause and at the same time.Damage caused by: structures bedding down or settlement of newly made-up ground, the coast or a riverbank being worn away, or from demolition, alteration or repair to the home, or from poor or faulty design, workmanship or materials, sulphate reacting with any materials from which any part of thebuildings is constructed.5. Theft or attempted theft.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.Loss or damage when the home is lent, let or sub-let to anyone otherthan your family, unless force and violence has been used to get intoor out of your home.6. Falling aerials or satellite receiving equipment, their fittings or masts.7. Impact involving vehicles, aircraft or anything dropped from them,or animals.Damage by pets.8. Falling trees or branches.Damage to fences or gates.The cost of removal if the fallen tree or branch has not causeddamage to the buildings.9. Malicious acts or vandalism.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.Loss or damage when the home is lent, let or sub-let to anyone otherthan your family, unless force and violence has been used to get intoor out of your home.10. Riot, civil commotion.11. Fees and related costs necessarily incurred in repairing or replacingdamaged parts of the buildings, provided that the damage is coveredunder the policy and subject to our prior written agreement.We will pay for: architects, engineers, surveyors and legal fees, the cost of removing debris, demolition, shoring up or propping upand taking away any damaged parts of the home, the cost of meeting current building regulations, local authorityor other statutory requirements or conditions provided that thedamaged parts of the home are repaired or replaced.Any fees and costs that you have to pay for preparing or furtheringany claim.Fees and related costs incurred in meeting any building regulations,local authority or other statutory requirements or conditions if youwere made aware of the need to meet them before the damagehappened, or these or any other fees or related costs apply to anyundamaged parts of the buildings.12. Accidental breakage of drains and pipes and accidental damage tocables and underground tanks which are used to provide services to orfrom your home, for which your family is legally responsible.If, following a blockage, normal methods of releasing a blockagebetween the main sewer and your home are unsuccessful, we will paythe cost of breaking into and repairing the pipe.We will also pay for necessary costs that you incur in locating thesource of the damage, including the reinstatement of any wall, drive,fence or path removed or damaged during the search.Accidental damage means sudden, unexpected and visible damagewhich has not been caused on purpose.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.Damage by gradual deterioration which has caused an installation toreach the end of its serviceable life.Damage by water escaping, which results in subsidence, movement,settlement or shrinkage of any part of your buildings or of the landbelonging to your buildings.Damage by any cover listed elsewhere in the Buildings Option andwhich is specifically excluded under that cover.Damage caused by the coast or a riverbank being worn away.Damage caused by or from demolition, alteration or repair toyour home.Damage caused by or from poor or faulty design, workmanshipor materials.Damage caused by sulphate reacting with any materials from whichany part of the buildings is constructed.13. Accidental breakage of glass, ceramic hobs or sanitary ware fixedto and forming part of your home.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.The replacement cost of any part of the item other than the broken glass.14. Locks and keys.Accidental damage to the locks of, or loss of the keys to, the outsidedoors of your home or to safes and alarms in your home.We will pay for the replacement of the lock mechanism or, at ouroption, will change the locks.Accidental damage means sudden, unexpected and visible damagewhich has not been caused on purpose.Loss or damage by any process of repair or restoration.Damage to locks caused by mechanical, electrical or electronic faultor breakdown.893000475 453565 POL.indd 810/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverWhat is coveredWhat is not covered15. Alternative accommodation.The cost of alternative accommodation for your family if the home isuninhabitable as a result of damage to the buildings by covers 1 10 and12 13 of the Buildings Option, plus covers of the Buildings AccidentalDamage Option if it has been selected. We will pay the: additional cost of similar short-term accommodation including thatrequired for any pets living with you, rent that you would have received but have lost, includingground rent.Any costs that you: have to pay once the home becomes habitable again, agree to pay without our written permission.The cost of alternative accommodation for anyone who is not amember of your family.Any costs arising from damage by any cover listed elsewhere in theBuildings Option and which is specifically excluded under that cover.16. Emergency services.Damage caused by the emergency services while getting into thebuildings to deal with an emergency.Damage by any cover listed elsewhere in the Buildings Option andwhich is specifically excluded under that cover.17. Selling the home.Cover when selling the buildings.If, between the date of exchange of contracts and completion of thesale, there is damage by anything insured under covers 1 10 of theBuildings Option, the buyer shall be entitled to the benefit of thiscover once the sale has been completed.This cover does not apply if insurance on the buildings of the homehas been arranged by or for the buyer.Damage by any cover listed elsewhere in the Buildings Option andwhich is specifically excluded under that cover.18. Legal liability defective premises.Legal liabilities which result from the ownership of any homepreviously occupied by you and insured by us and which arise becauseof Section 3 of the Defective Premises Act 1972 or Section 5 of TheDefective Premises (Northern Ireland) Order 1975, as long as you donot have this cover under another policy.The most we will pay is 2,000,000, plus defence costs agreed by usin writing.Any home in which you still hold legal title or have an interest.Any incident which happens more than 7 years after the last day of thelast insurance period in respect of any home previously insured by usand owned and occupied by you.Anything owned by or the legal responsibility of your family.Injury, death, disease or illness to any of your family (other than yourdomestic employees who normally live with you).Liability arising from: any employment, trade, profession or business of any ofyour family, The Party Wall etc. Act 1996.Liability accepted by any of your family under any agreement, unlessthe liability would exist without the agreement.Liability covered by any other policy.19. Legal liability as owner.The legal liability of your family as owner of the buildings andland belonging to it, to pay damages and costs to others which arisefrom any single event occurring during the insurance period whichresults in: accidental death, disease, illness or accidental physical injuryto anyone, accidental damage to physical property.Accidental damage means sudden, unexpected and visible damagewhich has not been caused on purpose.The most we will pay is 2,000,000, plus defence costs agreed by usin writing.Anything owned by or the legal responsibility of your family.Injury, death, disease or illness to any of your family (other than yourdomestic employees who normally live with you).Injury, death, disease or illness caused by any dog described in Section 1of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 or Article 3 of the Dangerous Dogs(Northern Ireland) Order 1991.Liability arising from: any employment, trade, profession or business of any ofyour family, The Party Wall etc. Act 1996.Liability accepted by any of your family under any agreement, unlessthe liability would exist without the agreement.Liability covered by any other policy.20. Trace and access.We will pay the cost of removing and replacing any part of thebuildings necessary to repair a household heating or water systemthat has caused an escape of water or oil.The excess.How to make a claimIf you wish to claim under this Option, please contact us on 0845 078 3838.You should also read the policy exclusions on page 29 and the policy and claims conditions on pages 26–27.993000475 453565 POL.indd 910/04/2013 14:29

Your John Lewis Home Insurance Policy Wording – Premier Select CoverBuildings Accidental Damage OptionThis Option sets out the cover provided for buildings accidental damage. If this section has been provided, it will be shown on the PolicySchedule as included unless the Schedule states ‘Not insured under this policy’.What is coveredWhat is not covered21. Accidental damage to buildings.Accidental damage means sudden, unexpected and visible damagewhich has not been caused on purpose.The excess, this is the first part of any claim that you must pay.The excess amount is shown on your Schedule.Loss or damage when the home is lent, let or sub-let to anyone otherthan your family.Loss or damage while the home in which you live has not been livedin by your family for more than 60 consecutive days.Damage caused by: water entering the home other than by storm or flood, mechanical, electrical or electronic fault or breakdown, the coast or a riverbank being worn away, sulphate reacting with any materials from which your home is built.Damage caused by or from: poor or faulty design, workmanship or materials, subsidence, heave, landslip, structures bedding down or settlementof newly made-up ground, demolition, alteration or repair.Damage which is specifically excluded by any cover listed elsewhere inthe Buildings Option.How to make a claimIf you wish to claim under this Option, please contact us on 0845 078 3838.You should also read the policy exclusions on page 29 and the policy and claims conditions on pages 26–27.Contents OptionThis

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