It really depends on the context. It could be referring to the property that is insured, or if you are referring to property damage insurance (coverage actually) that is coverage for the damage you cause to the property of others. If you could explain in what context I could be of more assistance possibly.
Property of course is just that insurance for a particular property, the definition of casualty is '' Insurance coverage for loss or liability arising from a sudden, unexpected event such as an accident" so the term property and casualty insurance is losely used to describe, policys that contain coverage for a specific property and liablity protection. Most people would say, auto, home, boat, motorcycle insurance would be among these.
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