Every insurance policy is different and you have to look at what is coved and
what is not
But below is an example of landlord insurance
typically cover up to six weeks from the period from
the day after the rent was paid up to, to the day the tenant vacates the
property + if you have a fixed-term lease, we would cover the time it takes to
secure a new tenant.
If, however, the tenant refuses to leave the property within the
timeframe outlined in the termination notice, the landlord/property manager may be required to apply to the courts for possession of the rental.
This would then typically be covered under a denial of access, which
offers up to 52 weeks cover when a tenant refuses to leave a property.
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Monday, 31 May 2021