Broad Form Storekeepers' Insurance

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DEFINITION of 'Broad Form Storekeepers' Insurance'

Insurance coverage provided to storeowners in the event of theft or robbery. Broad form storekeepers' insurance is found under the burglary and robbery insurance policy.

BREAKING DOWN 'Broad Form Storekeepers' Insurance'

This type of insurance covers losses such as theft of merchandise, money, property fixtures and equipment in the event of a break-in.

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