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What is Burglary Insurance?

Covers your organisation’s against loss of or damage to the property insured caused by theft accompanied by forcible and violent entry into or exit from the company’s premises. Who is this for? It's suitable for businesses with the movable property under their care.
What's in it for you?

We will cover for theft of insured property by any person or persons using violent and forcible means of entry into or exit from the premises where such property is kept, without permission from the owner, person or persons to whom such property is legally entrusted or keeping on behalf. This section extends to cover the insured against losses occurring without forcible or violent entry or exit from insured premises.

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How do I apply?
  • Your name
  • Name of organisation
  • Type of organisation
  • Phone contact and email address
  • Description and values of items to be covered

Below is what we need from you for our sign up process:

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    We will not cover the following:

    • War and related Perils War
    • Radioactive contamination
    • Damage caused to property in the open by storm, wind, and water unless such property is designed to operate in open
    • Road registered vehicle, locomotives
    • Wear and tear, depreciation (but resulting damage is covered)
    • Installation, erection, dismantling of the machine above 100,000,000 contract price as new (but removal under own power is covered)
    • Hydraulic test of Boiler and pressure plant
    • Wilful act or wilful negligence by Insured executive management
    • Loss due to fines for breach of contract
    • Loss from prototype, untried or experimental nature of the item
    • Unexplained losses or shortages
    • Fraud or dishonesty of insured, own employees,
    • Defective material, design, or workmanship exclusion (or equivalent)