HomeProtect Landlord legal expenses cover provides you with 24/7 help to pursue or defend legal action for property damage, nuisance and trespass, repossession and recovery of rent arrears.
The situations covered include:
- Eviction of tenants (after necessary processes have been followed).
- Damage to the property.
- Nuisance emanating from the property.
- Non-payment of service charges due by a tenant.
- Rent recovery.
- Attendance expenses arising from time taken off work to attend legal hearings.
All elements of Landlord legal expenses cover are subject to policy terms and conditions: check our latest policy booklet for full details.
Landlord legal expenses cover is an upgrade option on your policy – just select it on the ‘Your quote’ page when you get a quote for landlord insurance.
What to do if you need to claim
Step 1: Locate your home insurance documents: you will need to give us your policy number.
Step 2: Call the 24/7 claims line on 0330 660 0660.
How to get Landlords legal expenses cover for less
There are discounts available on the cost of Landlord legal expenses cover if you buy it at the same time as Landlords home emergency and/or Landlords rent guarantee policy upgrades.
The cover offered, particularly as a landlord, is outstanding. The cost is highly competitive and the reminders in advance of the renewal date are a great help. - Trustpilot Tuesday, 19 September 2017
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The cover offered, particularly as a landlord, is outstanding. The cost is highly competitive and the reminders in advance of the renewal date are a great help. We have found that staff who answer the telephones are well informed, friendly and helpful. We wouldn't go anywhere else. Trustpilot, 19 September 2017
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