BFPD

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BFPDBarrels of Fluid Per Day
BFPDbroad form property damage
BFPDBelmont Fire Protection District (Belmont, CA)
BFPDBrownstown Fire Protection District (Brownstown, IL)
BFPDBerthoud Fire Protection District (Colorado)
BFPDBlackhawk Fire Protection District
BFPDBonners Ferry Police Department (Bonners Ferry, ID)
BFPDBlue Frog Purple Dog (Strasburg, VA)
BFPDByron Forest Preserve District (Byron, Illinois)
BFPDBuechel Fire Protection District (KY)
BFPDBrookline Fire Protection District (Brookline Station, Missouri)
BFPDBurlington Fire Protection District (Kentucky)
BFPDBourbonnais Fire Protection District (Bourbonnais, Illinois)
BFPDBack Flow Prevention Device
BFPDBond Forfeiture Paid
BFPDBluegrass Fire Protection District
BFPDBoard Feet per Day
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Recalling the intent of the old broad form property damage was to remove the blanket exclusion of real property in favor of a strictly defined exclusion, you can see the current CGL form language accomplishes just that: j.(4) retains the blanket exclusion for personal property, while j.(5) and j.(6) provide a more limited exclusion applicable to real property.
of the current CGL forms is a combination of the care, custody, or control and alienated premises exclusions of the 1973 general liability policy and various exclusions in the broad form property damage (BFPD) provisions.
A court decision involving broad form property damage coverage that has application to the 1986 and subsequent CGL forms is National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA v.
Some of the recent policy changes are the inclusion of a 60-day extended reporting period; amending the definition of insured to facilitate the inclusion of certain entities; narrowing the pollution exclusion as it relates to injury or damage to any undeground water or watercourse; expanding the broad form property damage coverage to include completed operations; revising the occurrence definition; including non-owned aricraft coverage in the basic policy; increasing the extended reporting period option; and eliminating the medical malpractice exclusion requirement for hospitals.