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12 Aug 2008 00:00 by Not the boss Star rating. 9 posts Send private message

Hi All

We have a town house in Spain and are thinking of renting it out. I know we need buildings and contents insurance but are wondering about public liability insurance if for instance someone slips on the floor. Does anyone have any advice or experiences over this issue.

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12 Aug 2008 12:23 by morerosado Star rating in Guardamar del Segura.... 6927 posts Send private message

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Hi Alan, we do not rent our property out but our public liability is 150,000€.

More often than not insurers ask if you're renting out so it could well need to be more if you do.

Where's your property in Spain, I could give you details of some to request info from, maybe.

If you put your location in your profile we can all see it every post & can help with local questions in future.

EDITED TO ADD : I searched your posts & see you said you have a property in Neuvo Portil, Costa de Luz so can't help with companies as I'm a lot further north of you. 


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19 Aug 2008 12:24 by Schofields Star rating. 4 posts Send private message

Hi,

If you plan on holiday letting, even to friends, third party liability insurance is essential as accidents happen, and if they do you don’t want to be held legally (and financially) responsible for any injury to third parties.

If for instance a holidaymaker falls off a damaged chair or slips on wet tiles and decides to take you to court and sue, you could face a legal battle and the prospect of compensation for loss of earnings. Liability insurance enables you to safeguard yourself from any legal hassles that are associated with renting out your property.

Be aware that some policies have a low liability limit of £100,000 cover, which is insufficient as personal injury claims and court costs can run into the millions. Check if the insurer offers a facility to increase the liability limit. A minimum indemnity limit of £2m is recommended.

Hope this helps.



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