Mortgagee Clause Defined

A mortgagee clause is a provision in a mortgage contract that identifies the lender (mortgagee) and specifies their rights and interests in the property being financed. It typically grants the lender certain rights, such as the ability to protect their financial interest in the property, including the right to be notified of any changes to the property's insurance coverage.

Mortgagee Change Form


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Your signature acknowledges that the referenced policy changes are based on information provided by the named insured. Any and all changes are subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions of the insurance carrier, and are subject to underwriting review and approval.