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    Does anyone know if a insurance company provides cover for a property which is given to a agency which then has leased the property from you for 3 years. They then house DSS people from the local authority. Its ones of those guaranteed rent schemes scenarios. So there is no direct landlord tenant relationship via AST. Some landlord insurance companies have said they will only provide cover if there is a direct relationship between landlord and the tenant via the standard AST's.

    #2
    I hope you do not mean "given" but "rented".

    The landlord's tenant is the agent: IMHO it would not be a licence but a tenancy (even if the paperwork says licence),

    Many would suggest this is a "guaranteed rent" scam rather than scheme.

    Who has written the tenancy?? Hopefully not the agent..

    There are very good reasons many insurance companies will not touch these,,,

    Cheers!
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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      #3
      Hi Artful

      Thanks for your reply. If you can elaborate on the points you have raised, that would be helpful.

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