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 What does continuity date in an insurance policy mean?

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Can a person cancel an auto insurance policy at any time from the date the policy is effective?

Can an Insurance Company back date a policy?

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Can a homeowner purchase an insurance policy to protect an above ground swimming pool from winter damage or can a rider be attached to their current homeowner's insurance policy?

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