Certificate binder

Certificate binder

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This is an old leather-look binder that you can use to keep your certificates in. It’s a hard, but padded, landscape format cover with four ‘O’ rings that can hold up to 40 page pockets and comes in four colors (80 certificates if you put them back and front).
It is suitable for both Australian and longer English format certificates, measuring 44.5cm wide x 27cm high (17.5″ x 10.75″ approx.). The binder has a small slip-pocket on the spine for you to label it if you like, and it lies flat when open.

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Certificates and research papers should be maintained in specialized binders with inert archival sleeves to ensure that they are preserved in perfect condition. (Standard sleeves purchased elsewhere may be affected by plasticiser leaching from PVC sleeves.) This will lift the print off the pages, destroying your important documents.)
S&N binders come in a variety of sizes, all with high-quality ring mechanisms and durable, padded leather grain style covers. All of our binders include four archival-quality sleeves, which can be purchased separately.
Unlike ring binders, you don’t have to punch holes in the paper; instead, you choose the sheets you want, fold the binder’s covers back, and insert the paper into the spine. You have unlimited options for adding and deleting pages.
This binder has a 25mm capacity and can hold up to 200 A4 pages. It has hardback covers with an acid-free lining. For any pages going into the binder, we suggest leaving a 30mm margin on the binding edge; this ensures that no text disappears into the gutter.

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Lenders will often require binders when a company takes out a loan. If you’re getting a loan to buy a new building, for example, the lender will likely require you to insure the structure against physical damage under a commercial property policy and will want to see the binder as evidence of coverage.
An insurance company or an insurance agent on behalf of the insurer may issue a binder. An agent may only issue a binder if the insurer has granted them binding authority (the ability to initiate coverage).
Because they do not represent insurers, insurance brokers do not have binding authority. A broker may issue a binder, but it won’t be valid until an underwriter or other approved representative of the insurer signs it.
A binder is usually divided into parts, each of which applies to a different type of insurance, such as general liability or workers’ compensation. The binder should list the limits offered for each coverage you’ve bought, as well as the coverage forms and key endorsements that will be attached to your policy.

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The center front cover of this vinyl presentation binder for award certificates has a military-specific seal embossed on it. Inside the front and back covers, two certificates are held in corner pockets and transparent protective sheets. The binder complies with Executive Orders 13514 and 13423 because it contains 25% recycled content.
The center front cover of this vinyl presentation binder for award certificates has a military-specific seal embossed on it. Inside the front and back covers, two certificates are held in corner pockets and transparent protective sheets. The binder complies with Executive Orders 13514 and 13423 because it contains 25% recycled content.

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