Commercial Property Insurance

   

Definition: Commercial Property Insurance is a form of business insurance that covers businesses property in case unpredictable circumstances arise. Such circumstances could be fire, theft, accidents, and natural disasters.
A CPI is also named a Business Property Policy. It protects firms against property loss or damage caused by events such as theft, accident, fire, natural disaster. It can be useful for both large, medium and start-up businesses.


   

   

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