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English definition of “public liability insurance”

public liability insurance

noun [U]
 
 
INSURANCE
insurance that a business must have so that if it is responsible for hurting someone or causing damage to their property, it can pay them compensation : The subcontractor must produce evidence that he possesses both employer's liability and public liability insurance.
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