Tobacco Crop Insurance Coverage Law and Legal Definition
Tobacco crop insurance coverage is a form of property insurance. Here, the insurance is provided for tobacco crops. Insured is guaranteed against loss of tobacco crops due to damages caused by natural disaster.
O.C.G.A. § 33-32-6, Any insurer issuing on or after April 28, 1999, a policy providing crop insurance coverage, other than federal crop insurance pursuant to 7 U.S.C. Section 1501, et seq., for tobacco crops grown in this state against loss or damage due to wind, hail, or both shall make available such coverage for a term extending until such time as the tobacco crop is harvested, either as a part of or as an optional endorsement to such policy of crop insurance.
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