business personal property



Building, equipment, fixtures, furniture, merchandise, etc., identified in an insurance policy as owned by the insured and used in his or her business. Also called contents.

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  • The business personal property of ABC Company is assesed at 80% however their computer equipment is assessed only at 50% in accordance with the State of Missouri tax laws.

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  • The building and the contents within it were covered by the business personal property clause of the insurance policy and the company was compensated for their losses during the fire.

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  • It was our business personal property and no one could mess with it, because it belonged to us and no one else.

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