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What is general liability and lessor's risk?

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2007-08-24 21:51:23
2007-08-24 21:51:23

Lessor's Risk Only (LRO) provides liability and property coverage for building owners who lease out their entire building or occupy less than 75% of the building and lease out the remainder. Also called landlord's insurance.

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