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Renter’s Insurance protects a person who is renting an apartment from losses or damages that can occur in the apartment setting. Give two examples of things that could happen in an apartment that would be protected by having renter’s insurance.

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    Theft and fire.

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    thanks for all help Ms.Sue.

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    You're welcome, Danny.

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