Article 952. Property insurance against various insurance risks.
1. Property and business risk can be insured against various insurance risks both under one and under separate insurance contracts, including under contracts with different insurers. In these cases, it is allowed to exceed the amount of the total insurance amount for all contracts over the insured value. 2. If two or more contracts concluded in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article imply the obligation of insurers to pay insurance compensation for the same consequences of the same insured event, the rules provided for in paragraph 4 apply to such contracts in the relevant part. Article 951 of this Code.
References to other articles of chapter 48. Insurance: