Business and Personal Property Coverage Form (BPPCF)

Published: | Updated: July 10, 2017

Definition - What does Business and Personal Property Coverage Form (BPPCF) mean?

A business and personal property coverage form (BPPCF) is a document that lays out the details of a business and personal property insurance contract. These documents include information such as which types of damage are coverage, what the limits are for coverage, and which types of personal property are covered.

Insuranceopedia explains Business and Personal Property Coverage Form (BPPCF)

Business and personal property insurance is very important for businesses because substantial losses can be incurred if a building owned by a company is damaged from disasters such as floods, tornadoes, and hurricanes. Major damages to the building might not just affect the building itself but could also damage personal property within it, such as computers, phones, and other electronic devices. Business and personal property coverage forms are designed to specify the insurance terms for this type of coverage.


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