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Old 30.04.2020, 11:45
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Re: Using Responsabilité Civil for Covering Rental Damages

At least in theory you should inform your insurance at the time a damage is caused. That's not necessarily the time it gets fixed, but rather when their liability is created. The insurance will usually accept being informed as a consequence of handover, no biggie.

I just mention this to show that your worries may be completely unnecessary as most damages, if any, got caused before you even thought about informing them about relocating, which in turn would mean that they're covered regardless of any delay in the handover.

For the rest see EdwinNL above.