iron safe clause

iron safe clause
noun
: a clause in a fire insurance policy covering merchandise that requires inventory records to be kept in a fireproof safe

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  • iron-safe clause — A clause in policies of fire insurance, requiring the insured to preserve his books and inventory in an iron or fireproof safe, or in some secure place not exposed to a fire which would destroy the building. This provision casts on the insured… …   Black's law dictionary

  • iron-safe clause — A clause in policies of fire insurance, requiring the insured to preserve his books and inventory in an iron or fireproof safe, or in some secure place not exposed to a fire which would destroy the building. This provision casts on the insured… …   Black's law dictionary

  • iron safe clause — A provision, in a policy of insurance covering a stock of goods or merchandise, that the insured shall make and keep inventories and books of account which shall be kept in an iron or other fire proof safe, or other secure place, and that the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • fireproof safe clause — Same as iron safe clause …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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