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 Is liability insurance on property that is not being lived in necessary?

Answer Answer Yes. If anyone is injured on that property, even if there without permission, the owner may be held responsible.
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Is A property or liability insurance policy a business or liability contract?

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How can you get liability insurance for a rental property you own in another state?

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