What does the legal policy cover?

Landlords legal protection is an insurance policy to protect you as the landlord of your property, in case your tenants are in breach of their contract and you need to take them to court. The insurance policy will cover the legal costs incurred.

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What is covered by my landlord insurance?

Your landlord policy can be as basic or as extensive as you need it to be. Our landlord insurance can include buildings only, contents only or a combined policy if required.

Buildings insurance covers the cost of repairing or rebuilding your property if it becomes damaged by fire, flooding or vandalism, and contents insurance covers household items left for the tenants use such as furniture and appliances in situations such as theft, fire and flood. This cover does not protect your tenant’s belongings or items you may have left in storage at the property that is not for the tenants use.

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What insurance would I need if I am a leaseholder?

Your lease agreement might dictate that you are responsible for insuring the buildings, in which case we can provide you with a landlord insurance quote. Alternatively, you will at least want to insure your landlord contents, fixtures and fittings. Although we can't currently quote online for this we have a number of insurers that offer policies to meet your needs so click "get a call back" or call us on 01788 818670 for a quote.

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Are my personal belongings covered?

Unfortunately your own personal belongings won't be covered on this policy and you will need to take out a household policy to cover your contents.

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Can I cancel my policy?

You may cancel your policy at any point by sending us either emailed confirmation, confirmation by post or calling customer support on 01788 818 600.

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Will my policy automatically renew?

None of our policies are automatically renewed, we will contact you 25 days prior to the renewal date with our renewal quotation with follow up notifications and ask you to contact us if your wish to proceed.

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Can cover be increased after the un-occupancy clause?

Unfortunately we are unable to increase cover if at the end of an un-occupancy clause if the property remains vacant, cover is reduced and then increased when the property is again re tenanted. However we do offer policies that will extend cover if the property remains unoccupied as a new policy.

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What is White Goods cover?

If your policy includes free white goods cover then any freestanding washing machines, fridge-freezers, cookers, tumble dryers & dishwashers that you have left for your tenant to use, will also be insured for all the perils that are listed under the buildings section of your policy.

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What is Property owners Liability?

Property Owner Liability is standard on all of our policies, this will cover the Landlord as the legal owner of the property for any damages, claimant costs and expenses in the event of accidental death, bodily injury, illness, disease or accidental loss or damage to property.

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Do you cover un-occupied properties?

We can provide cover for unoccupied properties from inception with different ranges of cover available.

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