Document giving details of insurance cover for a consignment. The certificate will cross-reference a master insurance policy and must be countersigned.
Generally used in marine (transport) insurance where an "open cover" is arranged for a period, with certificates for individual shipments
A certificate issued by the insurance underwriter giving details of a particular transaction which is held insured under an insurance policy.
a representation of the insurance policy taken out by the buyer or the seller (depending on the Incoterms) for a shipment
If the seller provides insurance, the insurance certificate states the amount and type of cover.
A document indicating that insurance has been placed under an open policy. Such an open policy usually covers numerous shipments over specified periods of time. Insurance Certificates issued under such a policy are then issued for a particular shipment and are usually issued in negotiable form, losses being payable to order of the holder. Most commonly it is issued for 110% of the C.I.F. value.
A document evidencing the fact of insurance where it is convenient to have such evidence separate from the policy, e.g. for issue to a person covered under a group policy;
A certificate is sometimes given to you or held on your file by your mover. It is in accordance with the details you provide on the Insurance Proposal Form and confirms insurance has been arranged on your behalf.
A form detailing the dates and insurance coverage carried by the mover. Many commercial and apartment buildings will need to have this document on file prior to allowing the mover to work in the building. It may also pertain to a document detailing and confirming that insurance is established for a specific move if insurance coverage is purchased in addition to the movers' liability.