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Does an individual who cuts grass for neighbors need liability insurance?

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2007-03-21 01:23:41
2007-03-21 01:23:41

Needs liability insurance? In most places it is not required by law. however check your local ordinances.Most reputable buisnesses that provide a service are usually licensed,insured,& bonded.

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