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Market Value Clause

Market Value Clause

Definition

Market Value Clause — a property insurance endorsement or provision establishing market value (rather than actual cash value (ACV) or replacement cost (RC) value) as the valuation basis for covered property. Usually used in connection with agricultural products and other commodities whose value fluctuates in accordance with a commodities exchange. Also occasionally used as the valuation basis for a building.

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