Underwriters (insurance companies) incorporate clauses into insurance policies to limit their liability, protect them from undue exposures and from being taken advantage of. One of such clauses is Constructive Total Loss (CTL).
Do you have a motor insurance policy? If yes, then you need to know what this clause is about.
CTL is a standard motor insurance policy wording. No prudent underwriter would expunge it from your policy on you request, and it is rarely altered to suit a particular client. This invariably means that the best you can do is to understand the clause and how it is applied so that you are informed and prepared should there be need for it.
Before delving into what CTL is, an understanding of what Total Loss is, as it applies in motor insurance (MI), is necessary.
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