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  •  Why would it be illegal? (0+ / 0-)

    If you cause significant damage to a building it would probably extend well beyond your own unit.

    In CA a landlord can set the minimum amount of coverage for his property and can even require that the property owner be named among the insured.

    Googling "require renters insurance" (in quotes) and "your state" should get you a local answer. From what I've read most states allow the practice and it has become common enough in large complexes so that software companies now offer packages to landlords that track tenants' insurance policies (expiration date, etc) along with all the other stuff.

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      do we have a lease that actually uses such language? That would clear this up nicely.

      "The “Left” is NOT divided on the need to oppose austerity and the Great Betrayal. The Third Way is not left or center or even right. It is Wall Street on the Potomac."--Bill Black

      by lunachickie on Mon May 06, 2013 at 10:13:56 AM PDT

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