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FORCE-PLACED INSURANCE GENERALLY CANNOT BE A BREACH OF CONTRACT OR UNJUST ENRICHMENT

Force-placed insurance generally cannot be a breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, or unjust enrichment. Thus, if a borrower wishes to recuperate damages for force-placed insurance, the borrower should use a different legal claim.

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A good litigation Florida attorney who is experienced in real estate litigation and consumer finance matters should know how to navigate a force-placed insurance lawsuit. As discussed above, force-placed insurance generally cannot be a breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, or unjust enrichment. However, there are several exceptions, and any borrower or lender handling a force-placed insurance matter should contact a capable attorney.
If you have questions on the interpretation of Florida’s real estate laws or consumer finance regulation, you should contact us. We can give you personal and immediate real estate help and legal aid from a lawyer.

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