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Land Owner Public Liability Insurance
Being a landowner can have many meanings and connotations. It can stretch from being a Scottish Laird to owning farm land or countryside and even public rights of way. The National Trust, for example owns huge quantities of land which is accessible to the public and any visitor to a National Trust property must be protected. The same applies to private land or other public thoroughfares. Quotezone can assist landowners to find cheap online and offline quotes as coverage for PL insurance. The best and cheapest quotes are available for from a range of UK brokers and providers, one quick form on the Quotezone website is your solution. You can make your own comparison then compile and compare your own list of potential insurer.
What type of land owner public liability insurance will I require?
The simplest things can cause harm to another. Being land owner has great responsibilities from making sure that fencing is safe and accessible to safety on your property to visitors, walkers, trekkers, employees and clients. Any number of accidents can occur from the smallest to the most catastrophic and you need to have the correct level of coverage for any possible eventuality. In todays climate land owners are more at risk and the law doesn’t always protect them against trespassers or illegal entry on their property. If someone enters the boundaries on your property and is harmed, regardless of fault, they can still sue you for damages.
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