Yes, it can be included in the lease. It will only cost you less than $250/year depending on the amount of coverage and protects both your personal property and your liability. Plus, if the building burns down or some other loss, pays for you new place to live and other inconveniences. The real question is, why fight it? why would you not buy coverage required or not? 4lifeguild
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Apparently, it is. I lived in Southern CA. in an apartment complex that kept flooding. So when the owner got everything fixed, he required renters insurance so that he couldn't be sued if it flooded again.
Renters insurance and the Additional InsuredIt is common to list the property owner as an additional insured, After all you are renting his property and have accepted certain liabilities for damages to the property. The reason a landlord would require this is in the event that a loss occurs and the tenant refuses to file claim, the landlord as an additional insured can call and file the claim for you. AnswerThat is a good question. You are right to be cautious ask your insurance agent.
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No a landlord cannot request tax returns Anyone can request them from you. You can provide them to anyone you want. They can not get them from anyone else.
Yes it is mandatory however, one may request a exemption from mandatory attendance to kindergarten in SC.
Request? Certainly. You can request anything; you could request that the landlord provide you with a new car every year. However, realistically, if the apartment was within code when it was built, and has been reasonably maintained, then the landlord is not required to add more electrical outlets. Rewiring an apartment is a large expense, and not one that most landlords will be willing to incur.
Yes, only if the Landlord accepts. This is usually a request by a Tenant that is most often denied by the Landlord.
If you have a lease your landlord would have to take you to court to have you kicked out of the apartment. If you are a month to month tenant then the landlord can request that you vacate with 30 days notice.
You are to officially request your Insurance Company for such conversion who on receiving your request , will implement the same through their affiliate agency. In India, it is still in an experimental stage and will be fully implemented in the near future.
One can request an online house insurance quote from their insurance provider. This can be located by going to their main webpage and going to the " insurance " page and asking for a free quote which they will provide for you.
The first step to getting your landlord to install a handicap lift in your building is to write him a letter with your request. He may be willing to work with you on this.
Yes they can request a copy of your license as a part of your application of insurance. Usually they just ask for you number but they can request an actual copy
A landlord may request that you declaw your cat, but cannot require that you do so, nor can he enter that as part of your lease. However, your landlord does have the right to decide whether you get to keep your cat. He can even charge a pet fee.
Yes, at the Bell Insurance Incorporated website you are able to request an online quote you can also receive information on local agents that can help you.
In order to get business travel insurance, you would have to contact an insurance company that offers this service. Then request a quote for your business travel insurance.
It can mean where an estoppel certificate is required of a landlord (they can are also sometimes required of the tenant), where the landlord is required to make certain representations regarding the state of the lease (neither tenant nor landlord are in default), the state of the underlying property (e.g. no encumbrances, or no default on mortgage, or no condemnation proceedings) or other representations at the request of a lender (to the landlord or the tenant) or a buyer of the property.
if students or parents request, then it could be allowed but it is not that mandatory. happy if it helped.
Yes! The beneficiary on a life insurance policy does not have to be included in a will in order to receive the life insurance benefits.
Yes , but only if the tenant gave a written request asking the landlord to fumigate his premises before occupation or within the first few weeks of occupation.
A landlord has no obligation to follow a doctor's orders. If you have a disability, under the Fair Housing Act, a doctor's order can be construed as a request for a reasonable accommodation. If you need a handicap space due to a disabling need then your landlord should honor that.
Why write when you can make a phone call. Call the insurance company, your agent or your agents office and ask them.