No, in order to get an insurance policy on property you need to have an insurable interest. Meaning you need to own the property or have some other interest in the property.
yes as long as there are no locked gates
The meaning of the word property is indicating an object that belongs to a person. If one says that a person intrudes into someone's property, that means they have entered without permission (the house is the property).
It is possible for someone to come onto private property in order to possess your car in North Carolina. If you have not paid you car off, it is never yours until it is paid off.
Not if the laptop belongs to someone else. If it is company property then it's down to company policy.
The principle behind the laws that cover stealing from others is this: property that you steal belongs to someone else.
Someone Who Is Visiting Would Be A Tourist, A Sightseer Or Any Word That Can Mean Visit.
Allodial title is inalienable. That means it cannot be taken by any operation of law for any reason whatsoever.
When the owner defaults on the loan payments
You cannot sell what you do not own. For real estate and motor vehicles only the person who holds title can legally transfer the title to a new owner. For personal property, if you sell personal property that belongs to someone else you would be stealing that property.
The personal property inside the house belongs to the resident.