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In the first decade of the 21st century, the Insurance Services Office, Inc. changed the name of the old business interruption policies. The new names for the forms are business income and extra expense coverage, or business income (excluding extra expense) coverage.

Rental value coverage is an optional aspect of the forms, which come with a variety of options including agreed value, monthly indemnity limit, and so on. Some are subject to coinsurance, while others are not. The modern property adjuster must be an accountant as well as a fireman, investigator, reporter, and construction engineer in order to fully understand all of the specifications involved.

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