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A person has an insurable interest in property if he or she would sustain a financial loss from damage to the property
person has an insurable interest in property if he or she would sustain a financial loss from damage to the property. This is TRUE.
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User: A person has an insurable interest in property if he or she would sustain a financial loss from damage to the property

Weegy: person has an insurable interest in property if he or she would sustain a financial loss from damage to the property. This is TRUE.
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User: A mechanic’s lien can be enforced to obtain payment for work that adds value to personal property

Weegy: True
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User: Kerin obtains a property insurance policy for her art collection from Lawton Insurance Company. Kerin can cancel the policy (Points : 4) at any time. only at the end of a period for which a premium has been paid. only if Kerin no longer has an insurable interest in the property. only on advance written notice.

Weegy: only at the end of a period for which a premium has been paid
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User: The existence of an insurable interest is a primary concern when determining liability under an insurance policy. (Points : 4) True False





Weegy: The existence of an insurable interest is a primary concern when determining liability under an insurance policy. TRUE.
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