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Southern Oak

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  • Q1
    In Golden Leaf, what are the loss requirements?
    Any losses are ineligible
    Unlimited Act of God losses
    Only one Act of God loss
    One non Act of God loss and unlimited Act of God losses
    30s
  • Q2
    How do we handle PC 10 risks with SOI?
    Golden Leaf - ineligible unless in approved subdivision. Standard is eligible if built within 15 years.
    PC 10 is acceptable in both companies.
    PC 10 is never acceptable.
    Golden Leaf - Ineligible. Standard - acceptable.
    30s
  • Q3
    When is water damage limited, if ever?
    Water damage is always limited to $10k per loss unless the full limits are purchased.
    Both companies offer no limitations regardless of age.
    Golden Leaf - Risks over 40 years old are excluded with option to buyback $10k. Standard is never limited.
    Golden Leaf - no limitations. Standard - Limited on all risks over 40 years old.
    30s
  • Q4
    What are the age limits on shingle roofs?
    Both carriers limit shingle roof age at 15 years.
    Both carriers limit shingle roof age at 20 years.
    Golden Leaf - No shingle roofs over 20 years. Standard - No shingle roofs over 20 years unless 5 years remaining useful life left.
    Golden Leaf - No shingle roofs over 15 years. Standard - No shingle roofs over 20 years unless 5 years remaining useful life left.
    30s
  • Q5
    With Southern Oak, what do you need to obtain when reducing coverage in any capacity?
    Underwriting approval.
    You cannot reduce coverage in any capacity at any time.
    Nothing as long as the change is allowed.
    A signed form from the member, or an email from the member requesting the change.
    30s
  • Q6
    Explain how water backup is included in each company for SOI.
    Golden Leaf - automatically included with no sublimit. Standard - only available by endorsement and limited to $5k.
    Automatically included in each company with a $5k limit.
    Golden Leaf - only available if you include the Acorn or Canopy endorsement and only at a $5k limit. Standard - included automatically with no limit.
    Automatically included in each company with no limit.
    30s
  • Q7
    I have a pitbull, what company am I eligible for?
    Golden leaf. Golden Leaf does not has a list of restricted breeds where Standard does.
    Neither.
    Standard. Golden Leaf has a list of restricted breeds where Standard does not.
    Either. Neither companies restrict dog breeds.
    30s
  • Q8
    What are the names of the endorsement packages and which company are they associated to?
    Canopy and Acorn - Golden Leaf / Premier - Standard
    Gopher and Groundhog - Golden Leaf / Acorn - Standard
    Emerald and Emerald Deluxe for both companies.
    Oak and Willow - Golden Leaf / Premium - Standard
    30s
  • Q9
    Definitions of Seasonal versus Secondary
    Seasonal - Four months consecutive or more unoccupied. Secondary - Three months consecutive or less unoccupied.
    Seasonal - Only occupied one season of the year - I.E. summer or winter. Secondary - Occupied multiple times a year.
    Seasonal and secondary are one in the same.
    Seasonal - Six months consecutive or more unoccupied. Secondary - Five months consecutive or less unoccupied.
    30s
  • Q10
    Bonus question - what is the unofficial mascot of Southern Oak and why and even better bonus -what is its name?
    Groundhog, because first policy written on 2/2/2005 and Soi (pronounced soey)
    Oak Tree, because of Southern Oak and Oakily-dokily.
    Cat, because of catastrophes and Oakey.
    Acorn, because of Southern "Oak" and Corney.
    30s

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