Yes that's right it becomes murkier when insurance is bought via a broker on their "block" policy where the terms are harder to establish. What is the difference in a landlord insuring with an insurer with a block policy and they, or a one off client, buying it from a broker- both spread loss/profit across the policy.
It boils down to given a clear claims history and assessment of current risks, what can be shown to be sensible terms and premium.
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