- A marine insurance term signifying a total loss of the property insured diminished by salvage, which takes place in relation to goods when there is either an absolute or a constructive total loss of the subject insured but some remains of the property have been recovered by the insured. Devitt v Providence Washington Ins. Co. 61 App Div 390, 401, 70 NYS 654.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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