A contract under which one party provides something of value to another party in exchange for a conditional promise. This promise is that the other party will perform a stated act if a specified, uncertain event occurs. Insurance contracts are aleatory (dependent on chance) because the policy owner pays premiums to the insurer, and in return the insurer promises to pay benefits if the event insured against occurs.
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