What’s this all about?
If you own a property and the current tenant moves out it is very important to update your insurance company.
This is because once a property becomes unoccupied your insurers may have certain conditions that you will need to adhere to, along with potentially restricting cover until it becomes occupied again. This is due to the fact that when property is empty it is considered to be higher risk than if it was occupied.
If you do not notify your insurers and you have a claim you may find that they are not willing to cover the claim due to non-disclosure of material facts.
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