Part of the structure of a liability policy, the Exclusions take away from the breadth of the insuring clause by the statement: “This insurance does not apply to:” followed by a long list of possible liability that are not covered by this policy. Exclusions may be easily understood as a laundry list of other policies one can buy. See, Article: Anatomy of a Liability Insurance Policy – Part 1: Policy Structure.

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