Duhaime's Law Dictionary


Bordereau Definition:

A detailed statement forming part of an insurance document.

In Expert Travel Financial Security, Justice Southins of the British Columbia Court of Appeal wrote:

"A bordereau is simply a detailed statement.

"A commercial premium bordereau has, in its upper right hand corner, (these headings): London Broker; Lead Underwriter; Broker No.; Bordereau date; B.A. Contract; Contract Code; Print Date; (and) Page No. It then has 14 columns which, among other things, list the name of the insured, the effective date of the policy, the expiry date, the gross premium, the commission, expense allowance, and a net balance to London."

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