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anti-concurrent causation language (ACC)

Anti-concurrent causation language (ACC) is a policy provision usually inserted into the preamble to a group of exclusions in a property insurance policy that is designed to combat the misapplication of the concurrent cause doctrine from tort law to a first-party property policy.

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