Non-insurable or Uncertainty Risk is

  1. Change in fashion
  2. Fire
  3. Flood
  4. Change in the price of that commodity
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 17th May 2015 in Finance.
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    Non-insurable or Uncertainty Risk is Flood. A non-insurable or uncertainty risk is one for which insurance cannot be bought. There has to be certain reasons to be declared non-insurable. Generally. those things which cannot be speculated as risk in advance comes under this.

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