Who pays landlord or renter in a flood?

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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Should the landlord provide insurance for a renter if you are unable to get renters insurance due to a claim the landlord filed on the property?

I'm in Georgia. Can you prove they forced you to buy? They wouldn't give you the furniture if you didn't pay the extra? They are covering their assets. If you think you got ripped keep on trucking ... Read More »

Can landlord sue renter on ssi?

If you know of anything that may affect the insurance before you take it out, you should declare this to the insurance company. If you do not and they discover that you knew something then the insu... Read More »

Can a renter purchase flood insurance in Texas?

If the association fees are part of the obligations of your landlord under your lease agreement you could pay the fees directly, then deduct them from the rent, sending a letter to the landlord wit... Read More »

Can a renter make a flood insurance claim in Texas?

That depends. If the renter has their own flood insurance then the renter could certainly file a claim on it they have a flood loss. If your asking can the renter file a claim on the Property owne... Read More »