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Every person has an insurable interest in his/her own life and health and his/her own property.  This is why individuals can buy life and health  insurance for themselves or family members and property and casualty insurance to protect their homes, automobiles and personal assets.  However, the lack of insurable interest is why a person is not permitted to buy insurance to cover someone else's life or property.

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