If you have dog, hunt or boat, then third-party liability insurance is mandatory
Here again, it is a question of protecting others in the event of an accident. Imagine that your dog escapes, crosses the road and causes a motorist to veer off the road as they try to avoid your four-legged friend. As the dog’s owner, you are ultimately responsible. Civil liability insurance, also known as “family civil liability”, will then take care of the reimbursement of material damages or possible bodily injuries such as invalidity.
You will be asked for proof of insurance when you register your dog with your local authority.
The boat third-party liability insurance is mandatory whether you have a boat, a windsurf, a motorboat or a small sailboat. It covers you if you accidentally hit a swimmer or another boat.
Hunting third-party liability insurance is a specific and compulsory insurance for hunters. In fact, in order to renew their hunting licence, licence holders must provide an insurance certificate each year.