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Loss Payee vs. Lenders Loss Payable
Sometimes a third party wants to be added as a named insured on a property policy, but the insurer refuses. As an alternative, the party elects to be named as a loss payee. ISO and carriers may have options for naming such parties as loss payees or covering them under a lenders loss payable clause. Which is better?
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