Auction houses are considered nonstandard fire risks due to factors such as poor water supply, distance from a public or volunteer fire department, poor housekeeping, and often below-average building construction. Establishing appropriate insurance to value on consigned personal property for which an auction house may be legally liable is often difficult and limits the number of markets available to provide … Read More
Auctions are big business. Businesses and individuals often dispose of their excess property or possessions through estate sales, art sales, livestock auctions, and other consignment sales that use the services of auctioneers. This coverage protects individual auctioneers and/or the auction company against claims made against them because of alleged negligent acts, errors, or omissions while performing their duties as auctioneers.
Farmers markets are open-air markets where farmers and others display and sell their goods. While the primary draw is the fresh produce, vendors may sell baked goods, fresh fish and meat, prepared items, and crafts. Food concessionaires may also sell various types of restaurant food and drinks. The local market committee and local regulations determine the type of vendors that … Read More
This special livestock insurance coverage form insures a livestock auction market’s owner for loss or damage to livestock consigned to the market. Coverage begins at the shipping point and ends when the livestock is unloaded. Some forms also cover animals to be auctioned from the time they enter the auction market’s premises until they are sold. A few coverage forms … Read More