If your entity meets the statutory requirements for coverage through SDPAA, Section II of the SDPAA’s Governmental Liability Coverage Document defines Member as follows:
- You, including your governing body, Boards, Commissions or Councils;
- While acting on your behalf or in your interest, any past, present or future:
- member of your Governing Body, Boards, Commissions or Councils;
- elected or appointed official;
- employee acting within the scope of their employment;
- volunteer or student who performs a service for you at your request; or=
- volunteer fire company, volunteer ambulance service or other volunteer emergency services entity.
NO. An independent contractor doing work for you is not a Member. SDPAA provides no coverage for independent contractors. You need to have a written contract requiring the contractor to hold harmless and indemnify the Member, requiring the contractor to carry appropriate insurance coverage, and also name you, the Member, as an additional insured on the independent contractor’s insurance policy.
Workers’ compensation is a separate coverage and is specifically excluded under the liability and property coverages.
NO. For example if the local Chamber of Commerce or a local sports association is using your facilities they need their own liability coverage for their activities. The Member needs to have a written Facilities Use Agreement requiring the party to hold harmless and indemnify the Member, requiring the organization to carry appropriate insurance coverage, and also name you, the Member, as an additional insured on the organization’s insurance policy. (Click here for more information.)
Cost to repair or replace new with like kind and quality. There is no deduction for depreciation.
Functional Replacement Cost:
Typically used when replacement materials are no longer found or if a building is not being used for its original purpose. (For example, if a school has been turned over to a city and only a portion of the building is being used for a community center.)
Instead of putting a replacement cost value on the building an agreed value is placed on the building which would represent the cost to rebuild a portion of the building (ie: a new community center in the event of a total loss).
Actual Cash Value: Cost to repair or replace with like kind and quality less depreciation.
Real Property is a building you have listed on your Statement of Values including completed additions, fixtures (including outdoor fixtures), permanently installed machinery and equipment, additions under construction and new buildings under construction.
Personal Property is property not permanently attached to buildings. Member-owned contents (example: tables, chairs, tools, equipment not attached to the building, etc.) and personal property owned by others in your care, custody and control.