Can Landlords Require Tenants to Get Contents Insurance?
Can I have a tenancy agreement clause requiring the tenant to take out contents insurance?
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Buildings insurance covers the risk of damage to the structure and permanent fixtures and fittings of a building, for example, due to a fire. If the property is leasehold, the freeholder will typically arrange the building's insurance and re-charge the cost to lessees.