Keep your home safe with legal defence and squatting insurance
- 22 June 2022
- Business Consultancy, Insurance Brokerage
Did you know that in Spain, on average, around 50 homes are squatted every day? According to data from the Ministry of the Interior, between January and September last year, there were 13,389 reports of squatting, 18% more than in the same period in 2020.
Squatting is a reality full of legal obstacles that home insurance cannot cover. For this reason, through CINC Correduría de Seguros we provide you with Legal Defence Insurance against Squatting, which is the only one that offers you all the necessary legal cover in the event of squatting in your home to guarantee maximum peace of mind.
What does the Legal Defence Against Illegal Occupation Insurance cover?
From only 30 euros per year, you will have all the necessary coverage to protect your home from any unforeseen event:
Reclamation of the occupied property. The insurance takes care of claiming the illegal occupation of the property on your behalf.
A lawyer is always at your disposal. Resolving a squatting situation has its legal complications, which is why it is necessary to resort to a lawyer. With this policy, whenever you need it, you will be able to call on a telephone legal assistance service to resolve all your doubts.
Claims for damages. On many occasions, after the recovery of the property, it is also necessary to repair the damage caused by vandalism. For this reason, this insurance covers up to 3,000 euros in expenses.
Management in municipal administrative matters. The home occupation insurance also takes care of administrative procedures, such as the by-laws that you have to deal with in your Town Hall.
Do you want more information about this insurance?
If you want to guarantee the protection of your home, at CINC Brokerage we offer the possibility of taking out Legal Defence Insurance against illegal occupation. Contact us without obligation for more information:
933 030 060 (Barcelona)
972 505 100 (Figueres)
972 940 940 (Girona)