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Residual Value Insurance

Residual Value Insurance

Definition

Guarantees the owner of leased personal property (e.g., autos or equipment) a particular value at a specified future date, usually the termination of the lease. Covers the difference between the actual liquidated value of property returned to the insured lessor and the expected value of the property specified in the policy.

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