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Can a commercial building be insured for just liability?


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2013-12-09 07:04:17
2013-12-09 07:04:17

Yes, but the problem will be finding a carrier who will write liability coverage a building with no property coverage on it. It would probably have to be an acceptable property risk for a casualty underwriter to consider writing just liability on it and there would have to be a good reason why you didn't want property coverage on it. Nobody wants to write liability insurance on a dump anymore than they want to write property coverage on it.

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