Public Liability Insurance Does My Business Need It?
Public Liability Insurance is for claims made against your business because its damaged someone's property or accidentally injured a person.
You will need it if your business goes out to see clients or they visit you, or you sell products that may also result in property damage or injury to a third party.
Is it Compulsory for my Business to have Public Liability?
Although Public Liability Insurance is not compulsory in Australia, some contracts may require it before you can complete your business activities.
Clients also may ask you for a copy of certificate of currency as proof of insurance, so its worth keeping a copy on hand.
Your primary contractor may also ask to be listed as an interested party
Public Liability Insurance is not required by law Public Liability Insurance is not required by law in Australia, however the Australian Government through www.business.gov.au explain "If you own a business, you may be liable for damages or injuries to another person or property.
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