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Section 3929.50 | Mine subsidence insurance definitions.


As used in sections 3929.50 to 3929.61 of the Revised Code:

(A) "Mine subsidence" means loss caused by the collapse or lateral or vertical movement of structures resulting from the caving in of underground mines, including coal mines, clay mines, limestone mines, and salt mines. "Mine subsidence" does not include loss caused by earthquake, landslide, volcanic eruption, or collapse of strip mines, storm and sewer drains, or rapid transit tunnels.

(B) "Structure" means any one- to four-family dwellings as defined and limited in dwelling fire, homeowners, and farm policies and other structures as described, defined, or limited in the mine subsidence insurance form.

(C) "Basic property insurance" means insurance against direct loss to property as defined and limited in dwelling fire, homeowners, and farm policies and extended coverage endorsements thereon, as approved by the superintendent of insurance, and insurance for such types, classes, and locations of property against the perils of vandalism, malicious mischief, burglary, or theft, as the superintendent shall designate.

(D) "Homeowners insurance" means insurance on owner-occupied dwellings providing personal multi-peril property and liability coverages commonly known as homeowners insurance.

(E) "Mine subsidence coverage" means the limits and type of coverage as defined by the mine subsidence insurance governing board in the coverage form and approved by the superintendent.

(F) "Farm insurance" means insurance providing property coverage on farm dwelling buildings.

(G) "Dwelling fire insurance" means a policy providing property coverage on residential buildings for the perils of fire and lightning and additional coverages.

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