excepted perils

excepted perils
excepted perils exˌcepted ˈperils noun [plural]
INSURANCE risks involved in moving goods from one place to another, that are not covered by a normal insurance policy and for which the company moving the goods is not responsible

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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