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i think that this is the question - is it an unfair term that is not enforceable.
an interesting question and i'm not convinced we have a definitive answer given the confusion over the use of the word 'legal'. however, from a practical perspective, if a LL tells me to get personal insurance, i'm damn well going to get it because it sounds like i will need it!
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Any clause that becomes part of a formal contract such as this becomes by definition legal and enforceable, the legally binding contract is the agreement of the terms between the involved parties.
This type of landlord contract is quite standard and I doubt it has been drawn up on the back of a beer mat instead by a legal firm and my also be notarised. The insistence of liability insurance is far more common than not and I agree Phil, if they want it it shows they will have no qualms making a financial claim from you!