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In a War Risk insurance policy, property which has been captured by the enemy is not considered an absolute total loss until it has been condemned by a competent court of the enemy or one of its allies. Prior to condemnation there is always the remote chance that the property will be released. Prior to condemnation such seized property is a Constructive Total Loss; after condemnation, the property is an Absolute Total Loss.
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