Summary * The evolution of environmental impairment liability (EIL)/pollution legal liability (PLL) coverage began in the early 1980s.
What does EIL stand for?
EIL stands for Environmental Impairment Liability
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of EIL
We have 50 other meanings of EIL in our Acronym Attic
- Escuela Internacional Kite Tarifa (international kite school)
- European Institute for Knowledge- and Value-Management (Luxembourg)
- École d'Ingénieurs du Littoral (French: Coastal Engineering School)
- Efficacité Indépendance Laïcité (French trade union federation)
- Electro Impulse Laboratory, Inc. (Neptune, NJ)
- Electron Injector Laser
- Engineers India Limited
- English as a International Language (supplanting ESL and EFL)
- Ensemble Instrumental des Landes (French: Instrumental Ensemble of the Landes; Landes, France)
- Enterprise Integration Lab (University of Alabama)
- Environmental Information Logistics LLC (various locations)
- Equipment Inventory List
- Evolutionary Informatics Lab (Baylor University)
- Exception Item List
- Exide Industries Ltd
- Experiment in International Living
- Effective Instructional Leadership Act (Kentucky Department of Education)
- Erasmus Intensive Language Courses
- Europa Internet Lions Club
- Export/Import Licensing & Compliance (US NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Also, lenders today may require environmental impairment liability policies for transactions on distressed property, including foreclosures.
Site-specific environmental impairment liability (EIL).
It could obtain coverage specifically to cover any particular type of indoor pollution, either by paying an additional premium for an endorsement (assuming the carrier is willing to include one), or else purchasing separate environmental impairment liability insurance.
However, the court found that this standard exclusion in the Commercial General Liability Policy (CGL) did not make insurance unavailable because Olin could have purchased environmental impairment liability (EIL) insurance beginning at least as early as 1980 and that Olin could have kept in force this claims-made form of insurance.
These would include the following: * Environmental impairment liability insurance coverage.
Lenders in particular have begun to require environmental impairment liability insurance to provide third-party liability coverage.
Environmental Impairment Liability Insurance Congress should continue to examine the nature, scope and causes of the problem of scarce environmental impairment liability insurance and should take action to improve the availability of that insurance.