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Compulsory Insurance

Compulsory insurance is aimed at protection of the state, companies and large numbers of populations from risks. Compulsory insurance contract is signed by a physical or legal person, based on the requirement set by law. The law requires obligatory enrollment in life, medical or property insurance of certain categories of citizens or the property of companies. In addition, it includes liability insurance for property and other damage of individuals or companies.

Compulsory insurance is regulated by the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan "On compulsory insurance," and requires licensing of insurance companies involved in compulsory insurance activities.

PASHA Insurance has a license to operate on compulsory insurance of civil liability of vehicle owners, compulsory insurance of real estate and compulsory liability insurance associated with the operation of real estate. The company is included in the register of the Bureau of compulsory insurance.

Purchase and contract of compulsory insurance is available both at the HQ of PASHA Insurance and through the network of offices throughout the country. Registration can be completed on-line by connecting to the database of Bureau of compulsory insurance.

Note: More information about Compulsory Property Insurance is here

Insurance Claims

006Fire destroyed furniture

Uhe house owners know clearly what does mean to work hard to be a homeowner, and to make own house a true home. Mostly, all homeowners are worried about two phenomena – burglars and fire. Many people spend big money for installation of fire alarm and fire-extinguishing system, but sometimes these measures are not enough. One of the cottage owners built his house in Guba during several years – to cover such expenses at once is difficult. The homeowners put their all free money and whole soul into construction of this house. Finally, the house was built. The housewarming party was on August 2011, and one year later the house was burnt down on August 14, 2012.

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