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Your landlord will insure the building and the contents that they provide as part of your agreement. However, your landlord is not responsible for insuring your personal possessions and you can be liable for damage you cause to the landlord’s goods.
More importantly, have you made sure that you can keep up rent payments should you be made redundant or have a long-term illness. Support from the State is limited and rarely covers enough for most people's requirements, however you can protect yourself:
Tenants contents insurance - ensures you can replace your
Unemployment insurance - provides you with a regular
Critical Illness Cover - provides you with a lump sum should
Insurance advice is provided by IN Partnership which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
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