Selling Price Clause
This applies to the value of goods that have been damaged or destroyed by an insured peril. The purpose is to insure the profit that would have been incurred through a sale. It defines the insurable value of merchandise that has been sold, but not delivered, at the amount at which it was sold, less any charges not incurred.
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