You can obtain renters insurance that would cover damage to the contents. The homeowner should already have hazard insurance, so there is not any point in your trying to purchase that.
If you insure it in the name of the person who owns the car, yes.
No. You cannot insure a vehicle that does not belong to you. If you were to add the vehicle without telling the insurance company that it doesn't belong to you there will be no coverage and any claim will be denied. You will have wasted your money.
Yes, but the premiums will be higher.
Unless your Westie is one of the breadwinners of the house, I would not insure it at all.
Most places you are required to insure your car to protect anyone you may hit or injure. Most mortgages require you to insure your house. If you do not have a mortgage there is no requirement, other than stupidity.
You need to insure it at replacement cost not value or appraised value. Call your agent.
The House of York.
The House of Representatives belong to the legislative branch of government. The legislative branch is made up of the House and Senate, known collectively as the Congress.
He belonged to the Tudor house.
The House of Windsor