REPLACEMENT VALUE CONCEPT Definition

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REPLACEMENT VALUE CONCEPT, in insurance, is loss coverage for assets at the cost required to purchase like assets at market value. The replacement value concept eliminates the often troublesome factor of used or depreciated value when claims for losses are adjusted.

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REBATE is a. payment to a customer upon completion of a purchase as an inducement or sales promotion tactic; b. unearned interest refunded to borrower if the loan is paid off prior to maturity; c. amount paid back or credit allowed because of an over-collection or the return of an object sold (i.e., a refund).

LOT can be: 1. A group of items which are bought or sold together; 2. Multiple shares held or traded together, usually in units of 100; or, 3. A parcel of land.

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