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    • Irisasher
    • By Irisasher 10th Jan 18, 9:19 AM
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    • 10th Jan 18, 9:19 AM
    Legal cover 10th Jan 18 at 9:19 AM
    Is it necessary to take out legal cover on every policy. I have it on car insurance and 2 different landlord insurance policies. Is there not one legal cover policy that would cover them all?
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    • NineDeuce
    • By NineDeuce 10th Jan 18, 11:30 AM
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    It is the law to have car insurance and if you have a mortgage, they may stipulate that you have buildings insurance in the T&Cs.

    There quite possibly is a policy that covers all types but invariably, you will be better off having individual policies as different providers will be able to offer better rates.
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    • 10th Jan 18, 7:41 PM
    It is the law to have car insurance and if you have a mortgage, they may stipulate that you have buildings insurance in the T&Cs.

    There quite possibly is a policy that covers all types but invariably, you will be better off having individual policies as different providers will be able to offer better rates.
    Originally posted by NineDeuce
    This doesn't answer the OP's question at all.

    OP, you are paying for legal cover in relation to each of those insurances. Should you need legal support with a motoring issue, for instance, the legal cover on your landlord's insurance would not cover you.
    • AnotherJoe
    • By AnotherJoe 10th Jan 18, 8:23 PM
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    • 10th Jan 18, 8:23 PM
    It is the law to have car insurance and if you have a mortgage, they may stipulate that you have buildings insurance in the T&Cs.

    There quite possibly is a policy that covers all types but invariably, you will be better off having individual policies as different providers will be able to offer better rates.
    Originally posted by NineDeuce

    LOL. Or Doh !
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