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Landlord insurance covers property owners who are renting out their homes, condos, or apartments. Renters insurance covers tenants personal property, liability, and additional living expenses against a range of bad scenarios, known in insurance as covered perils.
Tenants legal liability coverage is insurance for loss or damage of a property resulting from an action of a person renting space at that property. This insurance, when purchased by the tenant, pays for the cost of the loss or damage caused by the tenant.
The liability of tenants, meaning the financial consequences of the insureds liability as a tenant to the landlord. The liability of neighbors, meaning the financial consequences of the insureds liability for damage to property of other tenants in the same building.
Why would someone want to have renters insurance if their building owner has insurance? The building owners insurance only covers the building structure. Renters insurance covers your personal property.
Liability covers you against lawsuits for bodily injury or property damage that you or family members cause to other people. It also pays for damage caused by your pets.
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Liability coverage is another protection typically included in a renters insurance policy. This coverage may help protect you from paying out of pocket for certain costs if you are found legally responsible for injuries to other people or damage to their property.
Some landlords require tenants to carry tenants liability insurance so they dont have any legal responsibility if something happens on their property; however, most areas dont require landlords liability policies since they already have homeowners/renters insurance policies that cover them for their own losses as
In Ontario, no law requires landlords to carry insurance for their rental properties. However, even if it is not legally required, it is generally a good idea for landlords to obtain insurance coverage to protect themselves from the financial risks associated with owning a rental property.

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