In the context of the London insurance market, a "lineslip" refers to a specific type of insurance document or contract that allows for the efficient placement of insurance coverage across multiple insurers or underwriters. A lineslip is often used when there is a need to distribute a large amount of insurance capacity for a particular risk or class of business. Lineslips are commonly used in the London insurance market, particularly within the Lloyd's market, where syndicates may collectively participate in providing coverage for a given risk.

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