Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter - meaning and definition. What is Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter
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Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter         
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) is a professional designation in property-casualty insurance and risk management, administered by The Institutes (AKA American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters). Achieving the designation requires completion of eight courses covering topics such as risk management, insurance operations, business law, finance and accounting, property insurance, and liability insurance.
Mass-casualty incident         
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INCIDENT WHICH RESULTS IN MEDICAL CARE SYSTEMS BECOMING OVERWHELMED
Mascal; Mass casualty event; User:Frmatt/Mass casualty incident; Mass casualty; Mass Casualty Incident; Mass casualty events; Mass casualty plan; Mass casualty incidents; Mass-casualty incident
A mass casualty incident (often shortened to MCI) describes an incident in which emergency medical services resources, such as personnel and equipment, are overwhelmed by the number and severity of casualties. For example, an incident where a two-person crew is responding to a motor vehicle collision with three severely injured people could be considered a mass casualty incident.
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PHYSICAL OR INTANGIBLE ENTITY, OWNED BY A PERSON OR A GROUP OF PEOPLE
Legal property; Land owner; Property (ownership right); Rights to property; Res privata; Proprietary right; Property theory
n. anything that is owned by a person or entity. Property is divided into two types: "real property," which is any interest in land, real estate, growing plants or the improvements on it, and "personal property" (sometimes called "personalty"), which is everything else. "Common property" is ownership by more than one person of the same possession. "Community property" is a form of joint ownership between husband and wife recognized in several states. "Separate property" is property owned by one spouse only in a community property state, or a married woman's sole ownership in some states. "Public property" refers to ownership by a governmental body such as the federal, state, county or city governments or their agencies (e.g. school or redevelopment districts). The government and the courts are obligated to protect property rights and to help clarify ownership. See also: common property community property personal property personalty public property real property separate property