Should the landlord provide insurance for a renter if you are unable to get renters insurance due to a claim the landlord filed on the property?
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No, landlord insurance does not provide protection to the renter. Landlord insurance simply covers the landlord if an issue that is of their fault arises. All other issues are at the renter's responsibility. All renters should acquire renters insurance.
In general, no. Renter's insurance covers the property of the renter, not the property of the landlord.
Every landlord is required to have insurance, but now the question is what type of insurance. Property insurance is likely the type of insurance that the landlord is carrying. This does not cover anything inside the property that belongs to the tenant. For this, the tenant needs to purchase separate insurance called renters insurance.
The diiference between landlord & renters insurance is that landlord insurance is a policy that covers property owner from financial losses with their property.Renters insurance is policy that cover the renter from financial losses or personal items.
No, the property owners coverage does not provide coverage for a tenants property or liability.
Why would a landlord request that he be named as an additional insured party on your renters insurance policy?
Renters insurance and the Additional Insured It is common to list the property owner as an additional insured, After all you are renting his property and have accepted certain liabilities for damages to the property. The reason a landlord would require this is in the event that a loss occurs and the tenant refuses to file claim, the landlord as an additional insured can call and file the claim for you. Answer That is a… Read More
Is the landlord responsible for the renter's personal properties that were damaged because of the leaking roof of the garage being rented by the renter?
The answer is basically no. The landlord is never responsible for damages to personal property belonging to tenants in any dwelling or structure. That is why you are strongly encouraged to get renters insurance. In some cases you may have some recourse if the landlord knew of the problem. But if you get renters insurance be insurance company can determine that for you and they can seek damages from the landlord.
Is a tenant in Arkansas required to carry renters insurance or can it be placed on the lease by the landord?
Yep, It's become the industry norm to require tenants carry a renters insurance policy. This protects the property of both the landlord and the tenant as well as certain liabilities of the tenant in the event of damages or loss concerning the rented property. It's in the lease contract. Failure to provide the coverage is a breach or default of contract and he landlord can buy whatever he wants and bill it to you.
Renters insurance provide protection to a person and their home. As of 2013, the rates for renters insurance are lower than before, which provide many great deals.
Renter's insurance is a cover taken out by the owner of a property they are renting out. The benefits are to provide liability insurance and insurance for the tenant's personal property for damage from fire, theft and Vandalism.
Chances are: no. Renters insurance covers your personal property and liability and not your landlords. As such they would have little reason to provide insurance on your behalf. Luckily, renters insurance is usually very easy to obtain and even more affordable. A quick google search for renters insurance will direct you to plenty of sites that can assist you with obtaining a policy.
No, Renters insurance is coverage specific to household property or contents owned by the named insured. It does not cover the property of others and it does not cover automobiles. Neither Renters insurance nor Homeowners insurance will cover damage to an automobile. That's what auto Insurance is for.
Unlike auto insurance, there is no state law in California that requires a renter to carry insurance. However, there is a growing trend of Landlords requiring their tenants to carry renters insurance as a part of their lease agreement. Regardless of whether or not your landlord requires you to maintain insurance I would recommend looking into obtaining a renters policy for yourself. Renters insurance is usually very cheap in California. Many renters policies not only… Read More
Renters insurance covers only the renters stuff. You would not be covered as you do not have an insurable interest on his stuff.
If a skylight was damaged in a fire in a rental house is that the responsibility of the renter or owner?
Most Renters Insurance has a Liability component as well as personal property coverage. So if the fire was the renters fault the landlord could sue the renter then the liability insurance would pay.
Can a landlord keep a tenant's deposit for something the tenant did not intend to do to hurt the property?
The Landlord can keep the deposit for any damage. No matter who or how it was caused. You should have renters insurance to take care of anything like this.
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Landlord insurance is not a requirement in New York City. Although it is very important to have the landlord insurance. This insurance will cover it if you end up having vandalism or stolen property on your land. Sometimes it will cover for lost rent from renters if your keeping the maintenance up.
Does an owners liability insurance cover damages to contents of renters property if the homeowner is negligent?
No, a homeowners insurance policy does not provide coverage for the property of a tenant. That's what "Renters Insurance" is for. If the renter chose not to purchase a renter insurance policy, Then the renter was negligent to the extent that the renter chose not to purchase a renter insurance policy, perhaps with the mistaken belief that the owners policy would cover them.
Yes, you should have no issue getting renters insurance with a pool on the property.
Renters rights are also known as tenant rights: the basic rights that tenant has when renting residential property from the landlord.
I rent a home with a detached shop that I run a business out of. If my car damages the building and my business contents will my comprehensive pay for my assets and the landlords building?
Renters Insurance No. Your renters Insurance Policy is personal lines residential tenants coverage. It should provide coverage for your "Personal Property" and may have some liability and personal injury coverage as well. Your Renters or "Tenants Policy" would not cover your business property nor the property of another person. Your landlord is expected to have his own property coverage. If you need coverage for your business property you would need to pick up a business… Read More
Is your landlord responsible for damage to your personal property if the damage is caused by excess snow on the roof?
Unfortunately, landlords are not responsible for any one's personal property, unless you can prove negligence on the landlord sparked, which would have contributed to the damage to the property this is something that would be argued in court your best bet is to get renters insurance
Is my landlord responsible for damage to my personal property The leak is caused by excess snow on the roof It all happened in one day leak started came into house damaged property i came home 2 it?
Unfortunately, if you are renting No he is not responsible. You need to always have whats called "Renters Insurance". However, if the roof was previously bad and you made a written complaint, or it is on file, then Yes he is responsible. He new of the damage and didn't fix it. Renters Insurance is just like Mortgage insurance for a house. However Renters Insurance is a lot cheaper.
No. "Renters Insurance" is property coverge for a tenant. It will cover the property of the named insured Tenant or Renter that is located within the rented dwelling. It will not cover property of someone who is not a named insured on the policy.
Renters Insurance doe snot cover "Real Property". If you have purchased a home then you need a Homeowners Insurance Policy.
Your home renters insurance will cover you for loss or damage to the property which you own and which is kept within your rental property. Any damage to the actual structure of the building would be covered by the landlord's insurance.
most renters policies only cover the personal property of the renter. The property owner typically carries insurance for the Hazard of Fire.
Renters insurance is for a person who is renting the place where they live. It protects your property if something happens to that place, such as a fire, flood or theft. Without it, only the owner of the property is covered.
Ho4 means it's a renters policy ho3 is a homeowners policy ho6 is a condo policy dp3 is a rental property (landlord coverage)
The tenant is liable. Thats a good reason to by renters insurance.
If your renters policy covers Sewer Backup then it will cover damage to personal property.
If you have contents coverage on your renters policy, Not just liability for the landlord and the television was damaged by a covered peril then yes it would be covered.
I have an existing lease now owner says everyone in complex has to buy renters insurance have to buy renters insurance?
If it's not in your current lease agreement then there is no way he can force you to buy it. But when your lease comes up for renewal he can insist you get it or just not renew your lease if you refuse. Most complexes now require that tenants purchase renters insurance. It protects both the tenant and their property as well as the landlord against damages to his property by a tenant. This has… Read More
Renters insurance is insurance purchased by renters to protect their personal property in situations of fire, theft, water damage, or any other unforseen circumstance not covered by the landlord's policy. Renters insurance also helps protect renters against personal liability if someone is hurt, whether in the home or away from it, and damage to the rental unit caused by a covered loss.
They can in California.
not without the renters consent or unless the landdlord has cause to believe there are damages or illegal activities and then they must have police present
Renters insurance provides coverage for your belongings while you are renting a place to live. This type of insurance only covers belongings at your certain residence and does not cover the rental property itself.
If he lost his renters privilege, he is no longer a landlord
Your "Renter's Insurance" should be the one paying the claim. It is your responsibility as a tenant to report any property damage to the landlord, and at the same time it should have been reported to your insurance carrier. If, per chance, one does not have renters insurance (which escapes all understanding why one wouldn't have this) then the tenant is responsible for all damages above what is considered normal wear and tear.
Yes, most likely because renters is more for you, the apartments contents and your persoanl liability. Your landlord however could have his fire policy cancelled or require you to remove the liability so he is not at risk.
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Anyone who owns a property, rents a property, apartment, condo, or farm. Answer Anyone who owns property. And I define property as ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you own. This includes renters- they need property insurance to cover their belongings...
Apparently, it is. I lived in Southern CA. in an apartment complex that kept flooding. So when the owner got everything fixed, he required renters insurance so that he couldn't be sued if it flooded again.
NO, But they can get Renters or Tenants insurance
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Renters make a lease agreement with a landlord.
Does renters or auto insurance cover the injury to the movers who don't have worker's compensation insurance?
NO, Your homeowners or renters policy will not provide coverage for hired workers or contracted movers. It is the responsibility of the Employer to provide coverage for work related injuries of it's employees, not the customer.