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Can i claim back morgage assurance?


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can you give a description of what it is. i like you thought it was a form of Mortgage protection or life cover???

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if you did not need or want it.

and was told you must have it ... yes

 

the ONLY insurance that must be in 'existance'

on a mortgage is buildings ins.

 

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Don't know if it applies now but at one time you had to have life cover also.

 

I know i did in the 1980's

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