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Answered 2007-08-02 10:05:32

i assume here you are talking about personal property? that is stolen? most do have personal property coverage, however there are strictly ''dwelling policys'' that cover that only the dwelling.......also there are some policys that cover personal property but not for the 'peril' of theft.....

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