The definitions in this glossary are developed by the NAIC Research and Actuarial Department staff based on various insurance references. These definitions represent a common or general use of the term. Some words and/or phrases may be defined differently by other entities, or used in a context such that the definition shown may not be applicable. naic.org
Tenants – homeowners insurance sold to tenants occupying the described property.
Term – period of time for which policy is in effect.
Term Insurance – life insurance payable only if death of insured occurs within a specified time, such as 5 or 10 years, or before a specified age.
Third Party – person other than the insured or insurer who has incurred losses or is entitled to receive payment due to acts or omissions of the insured.
Title Insurance – coverage that guarantees the validity of a title to real and personal property. Buyers of real and personal property and mortgage lenders rely upon the coverage to protect them against losses from undiscovered defects in existence when the policy is issued.
Total Liabilities – total money owed or expected to be owed by the insurance company.
Total Revenue – premiums, revenue, investment income, and income from other sources.
Travel Coverage – covers financial loss due to trip cancellation/interruption; lost or damaged baggage; trip or baggage delays; missed connections and/or changes in itinerary; and casualty losses due to rental vehicle damage.
Treaty – a reinsurance agreement between the ceding company and reinsurer.