Article 930. Property insurance.
1. Property may be insured under an insurance contract in favor of a person (insured or beneficiary) who has an interest based on law, other legal act or contract in preserving this property. 2. A property insurance contract concluded in the absence of the insured or beneficiary’s interest in preserving the insured property is void. 3. A property insurance contract for the benefit of the beneficiary may be concluded without specifying the name or the name of the beneficiary (insurance “at the expense of whom it follows”). At the conclusion of such a contract, the policyholder is issued an insurance policy for the bearer. When exercising rights under such an agreement by the insurer or beneficiary, it is necessary to submit this policy to the insurer.
References to other articles of chapter 48. Insurance: