Did you know that unrelated third parties (like a landlord and a tenant) should not be named a “co-insured” or even a “named insured” on another party’s insurance policy? In fact, the coverage provided to an unrelated third party in such cases could be denied by the insurance company based upon the insured’s actions.
Read more: Co-Insured vs. Additional Insured: Which One to Choose and Why It Matters?
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