Landlords need to protect against increased dope farming

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Matthew Gordon, underwriting manager, Aviva: "As with most insurance policies, the duty of care element means landlords must protect their investment and minimise their losses. It is important to be aware of the warning signs and make sure all ‘reasonable precautions' are taken.

"Employing a managing or letting agent can be money well spent. They will manage the tenant vetting process and carry out the inspection service on behalf of the landlord. Cannabis farming brings many increased risks

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