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When insurance is taken out, it will be necessary to agree and appreciate precisely the period covered, including whether you wish pre-policy cover and whether you wish to insure against claims made during the period of insurance or claims based on incidents during the period of insurance. This will need to be addressed with your broker and insurer.

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