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The city foreclosed on my home for property taxes and three

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The city foreclosed on my home for property taxes and three weeks later they vacated the judgment and voided the foreclosure wants I paid the taxes. Between the three weeks there was damaged done to the property. If I keep my insurance coverage and continued to pay the premiums will I still be covered?
So long as there is no lapse in coverage or other applicable prohibitions in the policy terms, damage should be covered even during a foreclosure process. However, keep in mind that when property is foreclosed upon the creditor will often acquire something called collateral protection insurance (CPI) or forced place insurance. It's often a good idea to notify the creditor if damage occurs during foreclosure, as it may be possible to file the claim against the CPI policy.
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