Can a repo agent damage personal propery during a repo?
No, the repossession agency must return your personal property undamaged. Usually you have to go pick it up. If your property is damaged, the agency should have insurance.
Will homowners insurance cover interior water damage if the leaking roof is not covered because it was not caused by weather damage?
Personal Liability coverage is included in homeowners insurance. Personal Liability includes coverage several different scenarios including negligence for injuries and damage, libel, and slander. If you are accused of slander and are facing a lawsuit, contact your insurance agent to file a claim on your personal liability coverage and your home insurance company will pay for legal defense costs, settlements, and judgments awarded.
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You'll need to contact the bank that holds the loan. They will give you contact information for the repo agent, who is required by law to make your personal property available for you. There is generally a small storage fee that you'll need to pay when retrieving personal property, which is allowed by law, and compensates the agent for inventorying and storing the property.
Some Will and Some will not, depending on the type of damage claim. You should review the terms of your policy or contact your agent for clarification. Many insurers are now excluding coverage for personal injury as well as property damage caused by pets as one can reasonably presume pet damage to be "Normal Wear and Tear". and expectedly incidental to pet ownership. Normal Wear and Tear is also excluded from almost all property insurance…
What would be a recommended source for liability and personal property insurance for commercially rented all terrain vehicles?
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