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Involves the question of "how much" each of two or more policies covering a risk, which sustained a loss, will contribute to that loss. In workers compensation insurance, it is the [..]
Source: irmi.com

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1620s, from apportion + -ment. Perhaps influenced by French apportionnement.
Source: etymonline.com

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process of determining the number of seats a state occupies in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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The splitting of regional supply guidelines for minerals demand between planning authorities or sub regions.
Source: planningportal.co.uk

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An allocation based on some proportions. For example, a corporation's taxable income that was earned in many of the U.S. states might be allocated or apportioned to the states in which the corpor [..]
Source: accountingcoach.com

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Definition Prorating property expenses, like taxes and insurance, between the buyer and the seller of a property. Typically used to divide yearly costs between the two parties. For example, if a prope [..]
Source: investorwords.com

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Establishment of the legislative districts from which members are elected.
Source: ncsl.org

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The division of the state into districts with distinct geographic boundaries and the allocation of the number of legislators or congressmen to be elected to represent each district.
Source: app.leg.wa.gov

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The subdividing of a risk criterion among a number of risk sources (for example, among all process units at an operating site). The concept of risk apportionment can apply to both individual and socie [..]
Source: aiche.org

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Division of the State into districts from which state and federal legislative representatives are elected (see reapportionment).
Source: leginfo.ca.gov

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The share each annual conference or local church pays to support international, national and regional (annual conference) mission.
Source: umc.org

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The distribution of a cost over several periods of time in proportion to anticipated benefits.
Source: doh.wa.gov

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Apportionment refers to the act of dividing or alloting something according to a plan. For example, apportionment may refer to the proportional distribution of the number of members of the U.S. House [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan
Source: beedictionary.com

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The distribution of funds as prescribed by a statutory formula.
Source: nhtsa.gov

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An administrative assignment of funds based on a prescribed formula by a governmental unit to another governmental unit for specific purposes and for certain periods.
Source: ite.org

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A determination made by the Office of Management and Budget which limits the amount of obligations or expenditures which may be incurred during a specified time period. An apportionment may limit all [..]
Source: samm.dsca.mil

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(WCB) - A proportionate division of all or part of the benefit costs in a case between two or more injury claims for the same claimant, based on an evaluation of the relative contribution that the inj [..]
Source: wcb.ny.gov

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The assignment, to each of several particular cost-centers, of an equitable proportion of the costs of activities that serve all of them. Cost-center usually refers to institutional departments or ser [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers that cover the same loss.
Source: insurancejobs.com

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The process of determining a defendant’s proportionate share of liability.
Source: offshoreinjuryfirm.com

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Dividing a loss proportionately among two or more insurers to cover the same loss. For example, assume someone insures their property for $10,000 with one insurance company, and they also insure it for $5,000 with a second insurance company. If a loss occurs, the first company pays two-thirds of the loss and the second company pays one-third.
Source: insurance.wa.gov

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The division of loss and responsibility when two or more insurance companies cover the same loss.
Source: azlegalcenter.com

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers which cover the same loss.
Source: greatamericaninsurancegroup.com

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers that cover the same loss.
Source: donegalgroup.com

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A way of figuring out how much of your permanent disability is due to your work injury and how much is due to other disabilities.
Source: dir.ca.gov

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers that cover the same loss.
Source: iii.org

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers that cover the same loss.
Source: michiganinsurance.com

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The method of dividing a loss among insurers in the same proportions as their participation when two or more companies cover the same loss.
Source: calstate.edu

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When more than one insurance contract covers a loss, the determination of the extent to which each contract covers.
Source: oregonlaws.org

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The act of apportioning; a dividing into just proportions or shares; a division or shares; a division and assignment, to each proprietor, of his just portion of an undivided right or property. Origin: [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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The process of assigning the number of members of Congress that each state may elect following each census. Community of interest
Source: house.louisiana.gov

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The distribution made by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). To agencies of amounts of budgetary resources available for obligation in an appropriation or fund account into amounts available fo [..]
Source: developmentwork.net

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The dividing of a loss proportionately among two or more insurers that cover the same loss.
Source: insuranceforarizona.com

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