You both have to be named on the insurance policy because you still can be jointly sued as being co-owner of veh.
If one wants a quote from Palisades for auto insurance one could call (908) 790-7800. More information about this company and their services can be found at Insure.
Because you will have no interest in her contents(personal belongings)! You can insure it as a vacation home as long as it is occupied with your personal contents.
You have to have it insured for at least the amount of mortgage. That is the mortgage companies "insurance" that it will be paid for if it is totally destroyed.AnswerIf you agreed to insure your house for the amount of the mortgage when you obtained your mortgage then you are bound by that agreement and will have no choice but to comply. Actually, the purpose of homeowner's insurance is not to insure the loan, it's to insure the property. You cannot purchase more than the replacement cost of the house. In the event of a total loss, you will only be paid the cost to replace the house up to the limit shown in the declarations, regardless of what the loan amount is. It is against the law for a mortgage company to require you to secure insurance for the value of the loan. They can be fined.
Oftentimes insurance companies will have senior citizen discounts to accommodate those living on a fixed income. Depending on her personal wants and needs as well as financial status, almost any company may be willing to insure her.
In most U.S. states anyone can insure a car for liability purposes, But it is unlawful to insure the property of another or property in which one does not have an insurable interest. So, if your son wants to buy full coverage on your car, he would have to list the owner on the policy as well for it to be a legal binding insurance contract. Otherwise, if the vehicle was damaged and the insurance company discovers that your son is not the legal owner, they would be required by law to deny payment for the sustained damages since he is not the owner.
doesn't this mean you breakup with her it she wants a "break"? or she wants some time by herself.
That depends if you yourself drive/or have a drivers licence.If you have the drivers licence,then you should be able to insure the car under your name . On the other hand,there is no hard and fast rule about ownership/registration under your name..as the car can be registered under anyones name.. irrespective of insurance or drivers licence..but insurance is dificult,unless you yourself drive.
for as long as she wants to
The answer to this question is no. There are lots of liability insurance available for contractors. It is depends on what kind of insurance the contractors wants to purchase.
she wants to be a man....hahahahhahaha No.She wanted to hide herself from the public.
If your daughter is listed on your insurance policy and a premium is being collected for her, then she can use your insurance. If not, she will need to use her insurance policy at work.
Does the car insurance covers a relative-visitor who wants to borrow a car for a few days?