MCL - Section 500.610

THE INSURANCE CODE OF 1956 (EXCERPT)
Act 218 of 1956


500.610 Property insurance; definition.

Sec. 610.

     "Property" insurance is insurance on dwelling houses, stores, and all kinds of buildings, and upon household furniture, goods, wares and merchandise, and any other property, against loss or damage by fire, earthquake, lightning, wind and water; and also against bombardment and/or explosion, whether fire ensues or not, but not to include steam boiler or flywheel explosion; and by and with the consent of the commissioner, insurance against any other loss or damage to property or any interest therein not prohibited by the laws of this state nor exclusively delegated to any other class or kind of insurer, including loss or damage of any character, whether by reason of burglary and theft of personal property or otherwise, and whether situated at any given time at a place of residence, or in storage, transit, or upon the person of the insured or otherwise. Property insurance shall be deemed to include also marine insurance as defined in section 614, inland navigation and transportation insurance as defined in section 616, and automobile insurance (limited) as defined in section 620.


History: 1956, Act 218, Eff. Jan. 1, 1957
Popular Name: Act 218