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Highly Protected Risk Property

Highly Protected Risk (HPR) Property

Definition

Property that is judged to be subject to a much lower than normal probability of loss by virtue of low hazard occupancy or property type, superior construction, special fire protection equipment and procedures, and management commitment to loss prevention. Insurers that specialize in insuring HPR property are referred to as "HPR insurers."

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