If something happened to your current home and you had actual cash value homeowner's insurance would you be able to use the money received as you see fit and build a smaller house?
It doesn't matter whether it's Replacement Cost or Actual Cash Value. You can do whatever you want with the money. Just don't expect a cent more.
Can a person who moves to a state claim a free hearing aid received from a different state welfare system on their homeowners insurance?
Have received is present perfect. Present perfect is used to talk about something that happened very recently and has results in the present. I have received you letter today. Had received is past perfect. Past perfect is used to talk about the 'past in the past' - to talk about something in the past that happened before something else in the past. For example: I had received your letter the day before you rang. In…
What is the difference between After I have received and just After I received in the expression I'll answer after I have received the letter?
In the expression ''I will answer after I have received the the letter" the speaker is saying that they have not received the letter yet, but when they do, or rather, after they receive it, they will answer (something). The whole matter is in the future. But if someone says "After I received the letter..." they have already received the letter and then did something. It all happened in the past.
The correct phrase is "did not receive." If you wished to use the word "received," the phrase would have to be "have not received" in order for the words to agree. "Did not receive" is the simple past tense, meaning that there was a certain time in the past when something did not occur, whereas "have not received" is the present perfect, indicating that something has not happened yet.
Received a check from homeowners insurance due to hail storn do we have to use the check to repair house or will it effect the price if we sell in the future?
If your home was lost in a fire and you received an insurance settlement and built a new home on the old basement can you get insurance money if something happens again?
On every insurance application for every state you are asked for any and all tickets, accidents, and claims received in the last 3 or 5 years to be reported. It doesn't qualify this by saying only report it if you think they might find it. Take my word for it if it happened they will find it on your record. If you do not tell the truth on your insurance application then the insurance company…
If you received money that you were not entitled to and you deposited the insurance check into your bank account and the money was a payout from an insurance claim, the insurance company can swipe the money out of your account without your prior knowledge for up to 3 years. If you received money as a result of a criminal act, the statute of limitations for that crime would guide the insurance company's timeline.
Is insurance required for a teenage driver who lives with you but received license from non-custodial parent and only drives when with them?
form_title=Purchase Disability Insurance form_header=If you're suffering from a disability, insurance can help pay for bills and other needs. Have you received disability insurance in the past?= () Yes () No Does your employer offer disability insurance?= () Yes () No How quickly, and for how long, do you need disability insurance?=_
If you received a ticket for careless driving but the officer said the accident was unreportable will your insurance premiums increase?
I received the following information on Progressive Life Insurance Company from the Georgia Insurance Commissioner's Office: In 1959, Progressive merged with and into Coastal States Life Insurance Company. Then all active and in force policies issued or assumed by Coastal States Life Insurance Company prior to 1989 were sold to either the Victory Life Insurance Company or the Capital Security Life Insurance Company. Victory Life Insurance Company was placed into liquidation and their business was…