It is a requirement of the law for landlords to install working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties. Smoke alarms are a landlord’s responsibility - every privately rented property needs to be fitted with them. It is a requirement to install at least one smoke alarm on every storey of the rental property on which there is a room used as living accommodation.
Whilst tenant’s insurance is not a legal requirement, it does offer peace of mind and will help protect tenants should the worst happen. Tenant’s insurance will also cover any damage sustained to the landlord’s belongings caused by either the tenant themselves or visitors.
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Landlords building insurance
It's a good idea for landlords (and homeowners) to have building insurance* in place to protect not only their tenants but also their investment. Landlord buildings insurance can cover the cost of repairing or rebuilding your property if it's damaged by something like fire, flood or vandalism.