Mutual-insurance



noun
1.
insurance in which those insured become members of a company who reciprocally engage, by payment of certain amounts into a common fund, to indemnify one another against loss.
noun
1.
a system of insurance by which all policyholders become company members under contract to pay premiums into a common fund out of which claims are paid See also mutual (sense 3)

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