Definitions for "AGREED VALUE"
When the agreed value option is used, the coinsurance requirement is removed and the insurer agrees to cover losses for its agreed value. As an example: The insured has property insured for $100,000 and the agreed value is also $100,000. If a loss occurs, any loss up to $100,000 is covered 100%. When this option is used, the insured and the insurance company agree on the value of the property before the policy is issued. This option is usually assigned to one-of-a-kind property. Back to list of terms.
The probate value as formally agreed by the Capital Taxes Office where inheritance tax is payable
Under this clause, the insured and the insurer agree upon a value that will be paid by the insurer in the event of a total loss. There is no depreciation deduction.