N.J.S.A 17:36-5.19. Insured; perils insured against; amount of insurance; assignment, provision as to

17:36-5.19. Insured; perils insured against; amount of insurance; assignment, provision as to

Every such fire insurance policy shall insure, limited to the amounts of insurance specified therein, the named insured and legal representatives, to the extent of the actual cash value of the property at the time of loss, but not exceeding the amount which it would cost to repair or replace the property with material of like kind and quality within a reasonable time after such loss, without allowance for any increased cost of repair or reconstruction by reason of any ordinance or law regulating construction or repair and without compensation for loss resulting from interruption of business or manufacture, nor in any event for more than the interest of the insured, against all direct loss by fire, lightning, and by removal from premises endangered by the perils insured against in such policy, except as thereinafter provided, to the property described therein while located or contained as described in such policy, or pro rata for 5 days at each proper place to which any of the property shall necessarily be removed for preservation from the perils insured against in such policy, but not elsewhere. Every such fire insurance policy shall contain a provision that its assignment shall not be valid except with the written consent of the insurer.

L.1954, C.268, p. 989, s.5.

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