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 Do landlords in Connecticut must have full home insurance coverage for tenants?

Answer No. That would be illegal. In fact, your grandmother could get herself in a lot of trouble by giving it to you. She could become disqualified and lose her entitlement.
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Can landlords require that tenants acquire renters insurance?

The general answer is yes. Although it may vary by state, the landlord can require in the lease that the tenant obtain renter's insurance. One exception to this is government funded housing.
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Can a landlord property owner buy renters insurance liability coverage on a tenants behalf?

In most cases the ship will leave unless you are on one of the excursions sponsored by the cruise line.
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If you have full coverage do you need UMPD coverage or will full coverage suffice if you are hit by an uninsured driver?

Answer you dont have to have umpd coverage if you have full coverage but most of the time on full coverage it has umpd and if you dont have umpd your collision will pay for fixing your vehicle but ... Read More »
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What will happen to your current insurance policy if you transfer from a newer vehicle with full coverage to an older vehicle with basic coverage?

The cost of the monthly permiums should go DOWN, as the cost of replacement of the car, or repairs to it will be less expensive.Check with the insurance agent.
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