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 Does homeowners insurance cover dry wells?

Answer The short answer is no - unless the well has run dry due to accidental damage of some sort.
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Does homeowners insurance cover a homeowners fall?

You mean cover the owner who is listed on the policy? =No!
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If a tenant lives in your condo and a common area pipe leaks on their car causing damage should the HOA cover this or will your homeowners liability insurance cover this or neither?

Read both your master policy that covers the condominium association's assets and your homeowner's policy to verify coverage.Also, the tenant's insurance may be a possibility for coverage.Basically... Read More »
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Can my homeowners insurance refuse to cover my fiance for loss or liability on the home we jointly own because he is not related to me and make me buy renters insurance for him in NJ?

Laws may be a little different in the Armpit of America but in the communist state of MA as long as you jointly own the home then you would be jointly covered on the home policy. If so then they ca... Read More »
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Does homeowners insurance cover a renter?

No. That's what renters insurance is for.
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