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illegal leases Insurance ?

I live in a council house and my Fiancee has her own house. We are both away from home often for a few nights and of course the 2 wks summer holiday. I've just seen a BBC 1 program where illegal/fake landlords break into your property and set up people to live there charging them thousands in up front fees.
In each case and in talks to experts it seemed very little can be done without courts being involved.
Is there insurance to cover this eventuality??

Wed, 16/10/2013 - 10:40

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I red an article some weeks ago about this talented fraudsters and unfortunately it seems that there are no insurance policies covering these terrible situations. Anyway, I know that one of these fake landlord is now in jail. But before ending up in a court, the journalist recommended to change the lock every now and then and to have good relationship with your neighbours (in my opinion the best solution).

 

Thu, 17/10/2013 - 15:40

I red an article some weeks ago about this talented fraudsters and unfortunately it seems that there are no insurance policies covering these terrible situations. Anyway, I know that one of these fake landlord is now in jail. But before ending up in a court, the journalist recommended to change the lock every now and then and to have good relationship with your neighbours (in my opinion the best solution).

 

Thu, 17/10/2013 - 15:40
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