- See additional servitude. A structure may be an "addition" within the meaning of a fire insurance policy, notwithstanding there is no physical connection between it and the main building insured by the policy. Also, a building may be considered to come within the policy as an addition, even though it is larger and more costly than the original building. The term additions is not confined to structures in existence at the time the contract of insurance was made. 29 Am J Rev ed Ins § 294.
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