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Yes, It is typical and customary of all mortgages, does not matter who is doing teh financing.

It sounds like the buyer is assuming the seller's mortage. Assuming the buyer has agreed to assume the seller's mortage, if the contract is silent about the mortgage insurance, then it depends if the mortgage insurance is considered part and parcel of the mortgage, or if it is a separate commercial instrument, and thus severable from the mortage.

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Q: If you are buying a house on contract can the seller make you pay 'mortgage Insurance' on top of the mortgage payment?
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