What is a Duty to Mitigate In Property Insurance Claims?

In the property insurance claims context, the duty to mitigate is found in your insurance policy. It's a condition in your insurance policy and what it basically requires is that after you suffer a loss, you do everything that you can within reason to not let the loss get worse. In other words, if you have a roof leak, you have a duty to do what you can
to stop that leak from continuing. To stop that water from continuing to come into your house, maybe you should hire somebody to put a tarp on your roof, do a temporary
repair on the leak for example. You've got to do the best you can under the circumstances to not let the damages get worse.

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