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Difference In Limits Policy

Difference-in-Limits (DIL) Policy

Definition

A type of difference-in-conditions (DIC) insurance policy or clause within a DIC policy that may reimburse additional expenses greater than the limit established in the standard insurance policy. For example, if a standard policy reimburses $1 million for a flood damage claim, the DIL policy may pay up to an additional $5 million.

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