Declarations Page Law and Legal Definition

The declarations page is the first page of a new policy containing other policy information. It states the name of the insurance company, policy number, coverage, the cost of the coverage, any policy forms or endorsements including additional and supplemental coverage in the policy and deductibles. It also lists the vehicles insured on the policy and the vehicle’s identification numbers

Declarations page with respect to property and liability insurance is the portion detailing the name and address of the insured, the locations covered, the policy period, limits of insurance, endorsements attached and premiums for coverage.

Declarations page in commercial policies contain details of the type of entity and type of operation of the insured.

Declarations page is also a statement made to the company or to its agents by a policyholder upon which the company may rely in undertaking the insurance.