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BeschreibungReinsured objects list message


UNH0A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Reinsured objects list message is RELIST. Note: Reinsured objects list messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009: Data element 0065 RELIST D B UNMandatory
BGM0To specify name and reference of the message.Mandatory
DTM0To specify dates relating to the transaction and the contract version.Mandatory
AGR0To specify the placing stage.Mandatory
RFF0To specify the risk reference.Mandatory
PNA1To specify the sender and receiver of the transaction, and optionally the information originator (in case the message is simply passed on) and third parties that will receive a courtesy copy or to whom this message needs to be distributed by the receiver.Mandatory
ATT1To describe the business function of the party named.Optional
RFF1To specify party specific references to the contract.Optional
CTA2To specify the contact within the named party.Mandatory
COM2To specify the means of communicating with the named party contact.Optional
IDE1To identify the section that the reinsured object/person relates to, or the contract.Mandatory
ROD2To identify the type of reinsured object.Mandatory
RFF2Identification of the reinsured object via one or more references.Optional
FTX2To give textual details regarding the reinsured object.Optional
PNA2To name the reinsured party and/or to specify parties related to the reinsured object.Optional
DTM2To express dates and time indications relating to the reinsured object (including age).Optional
QTY2To express quantities relating to the reinsured object or person.Optional
NAT2To express the nationality(ies) of a person or the flag of a conveyance.Optional
PER3To specify the main period details.Mandatory
DTM4To indicate dates and/or duration for the contract coverage. One repeat of the date/time/period segment will typically be used to render the 'start date' of the period. It can however also be used to specify the period duration. The other repeat is typically to be used to render the end date of the period. In case one repeat was used to specify the duration, then the other one will be used to specify the (estimated) end date/time.Mandatory
GEI4To give date or period related indicators such as 'date included', 'date not known' etc.Optional
ADR3To specify the location or address of the reinsured object or person.Mandatory
DTM3To express dates and periods related to the location.Optional
ATT3To describe the activity of the reinsured object or person.Mandatory
APP3To specify the applicability of this activity in relation to the contract, such as excluded.Optional
DTM3To express the activity as a number of time units per year.Optional
PCD3To express the activity as a percentage of the total per year (total = 100%).Optional
PRV3To identify the proviso for which details will be specified.Mandatory
APP3To specify the applicability of the proviso in relation to the contract.Optional
MOA3To express the proviso as an amount.Optional
RTE3To express the proviso as a rate.Optional
DTM3To express dates, times and periods related to the proviso.Optional
QTY3To express quantities related to the proviso.Optional
ATT3To specify attributes of the proviso, such as type of activity, origin of business and class of business.Optional
BAS4To specify one basis for the proviso, such as deduction basis, premium basis.Mandatory
APP4To specify how the basis has been applied.Optional
UNT0A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.Mandatory