General Liability Class Code 16722

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GL Class Code 16722 - Rental Stores

GL Class Code 16722 - Rental Stores

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The General Liability Class Code 16722 - Rental Stores. Learn more about GL Code 16722 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 16722?

The description for GL Class Code 16722 is: Rental Stores.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 16722?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 16722 - Rental Stores is:

Description for 7359 Equipment Rental and Leasing, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing (except finance leasing) equipment, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing are classified in Finance, Industry 6159. Establishments renting and leasing automobiles and trucks without drivers are classified in Industry Group 751; those renting automobiles with drivers are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry 4119; those renting trucks with drivers are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry Group 421; those renting personal items such as lockers (other than refrigerated), clothes, and pillows are classified in Industry 7299; those renting amusement and recreation items, such as bicycles, canoes, and beach chairs and accessories are classified in Industry 7999; and those renting commercial boats are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry 4499. Establishments producing machinery and equipment (including computers and other data processing equipment) which lease or sell their products are classified in Division D, Manufacturing. Manufacturers' sales branches or offices leasing or selling the machinery and equipment of their manufacturing plant are classified in Division F, Wholesale Trade. Establishments primarily engaged in leasing computer time, including time sharing services, are classified in Industry 7374; and those renting or leasing computers or data processing equipment are classified in Industry 7377.

  • Airplane rental and leasing
  • Appliance rental and leasing
  • Coin-operated machine rental and leasing
  • Electronic equipment rental and leasing, except medical and computer
  • Furniture rental and leasing
  • Industrial truck rental and leasing
  • Office machine rental and leasing, except computers
  • Oil field equipment rental and leasing
  • Oil well drilling equipment rental and leasing
  • Party supplies rental and leasing
  • Piano rental and leasing
  • Plants, live: rental and leasing
  • Rental and leasing of dishes, silverware, and tables
  • Television rental and leasing
  • Toilets, portable: rental and leasing
  • Tool rental and leasing
  • Vending machines, rental only
  • Video recorder and player rental and leasing

GL Class Code 16722 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Rental Stores is 16722.

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Property Insurance: This policy covers a business if the property used in the business is damaged or stolen as the result of common perils like fire or theft. Commercial property insurance covers the buildings, structures and also business personal property - which includes furniture, inventory, raw materials, machinery, computers and other items.

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