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No, there is no requirement to increase rental insurance. Or at least, arguably there is not. This goes to the same answer - ambiguous language and the Court's fair interpretation of it.
The statutes do not define what "adequate" means. Provided that the insurance would cover a reasonable, standard amount in policy for such a matter, then arguably, this is adequate. However, final answer is that of the Judge.
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