Can someone else purchase tenant insurance on behalf of the tenant (e.g., the landlord)?
Yes! The person purchasing the insurance can be someone other than the insured party acting as the tenant of the apartment. For example, a real estate agency (the policyholder) can purchase insurance for the tenant they represent (the insured). It is important to note that the policy belongs to the insured party, i.e., the tenant, as it is issued in their name. In the event of a claim caused by the tenant, PZU will require a statement from the tenant. The policyholder should inform the tenant about the purchase of such insurance.
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