New York Warns Insurers about Some Homeowners’ Cancellations

New York Department of Insurance has this advice for insurers in the Empire State: Stop canceling homeowners’ policies simply because a house in unoccupied.

That announcement came in the form a circular letter – essentially, an advisory bulletin to insurers – reiterating that cancellation of the policies solely on the basis of non-occupancy is illegal.

The warning follows numerous complaints made to the department by consumers about cancellation notices.

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