total loss

total loss

The complete destruction of insured property so that nothing of value remains and the subject matter no longer exists in its original form.

? Generally, a loss is total if, after the damage occurs, no substantial remnant remains standing that a reasonably prudent uninsured owner, desiring to rebuild, would use as a basis to restore the property to its original condition.

¡ª Also termed actual total loss. Cf. partial loss; constructive total loss. [Cases: Insurance 2175. C.J.S. Insurance ¡ì 1103.]


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