House insurance

(Frank Lobedan) #1

Hi any one got a link to a standard letter for cancelling house insurance. Need to get this sent this month. Thanks in advance.


(John Scully) #2

That's a great site Steve.

(Suzanne Fitzgerald) #3

Shirley - funnily enough my health insurance was due to renew 1st August and I didn't get the renewal through till mid July....this doesn't come under the loi hamman apparently so I have to wait till next year to change it. Top tip though, if you are going through a broker or a bank they have a process in place that will automatically cancel it for you. I've done mine ready for next year so I don't forget and I'm already locked into the insurance premium for healthcare for next year which is a huge amount a month less expensive

(Frank Lobedan) #4

Shirley thanks for that just scanning through my insurance document and it does mention Loi Chatel and 20 days notice in writing. so I am using one of the documents below to get this done ASAP. Frank

(Shirley Morgan) #5

…or change of insurer James? law has changed also hasn’t it, only have to give one months notice now, not the previous 2 or 3. that’s going to catch a lot of people out and insurers will take advantage. mine renews 1st November with Axa, and guess what? No letter from them, but I may have forgotten if it did come, and it’s lurking somewhere in a large pile of papers/letters!

(Frank Lobedan) #6

Waiting to an email reply from them, i will ring and ask them on Monday. Thanks for that.


(Chris Knox-Johnston) #7

Have you asked your new insurer to deal with the transfer from the previous insurer to your new one?

They did it for me

(Frank Lobedan) #8

Hello and thanks for your replies, i will try and translate so i know i am using the correct letter. James Amery, i am cancelling as the premium is high and i have a cheeper quote.

Regards Frank

(Clare Smith) #9

(Claire OWEN) #10

Try here.

(James Emery) #11

Depends on why you're cancelling. Moving house? Change of premium?

(Steve YATES 2) #12