Question

 Does condo associaton insurance cover water damage to unit?

Answer Usually condominium associations carry a master insurance policy that covers common areas and limited common areas. Then each unit owner carries an HO-6 policy, covering property not covered by the... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_condo_associaton_insurance_cover_water_damage_to_unit

Top Q&A For: Does condo associaton insurance cover water dam...

If the cable tv company causes water damage to a condo unit will the condo association insurance cover it?

As a condominium owner, generally, you are covered by two insurance policies:The master policy, which insures all the assets owned in common, and may include liability insuranceThe HO-6 homeowner's... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/If_the_cable_tv_company_causes_water_damage_to_a_condo_unit_w...

I am renovating my condo unit on the 5th floor. I broke open a water pipe causing it to flood down to the lower units. Am i responsible or would the damage be coverd by the building condo insurance.?

Since you caused the damage, your HO-6 condominium unit owner's insurance may cover the cost of repair. However, your insurance company and the insurance company that carries the master policy will... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/I_am_renovating_my_condo_unit_on_the_5th_floor._I_broke_open_...

What do I do when I have no HO insurance for my condo and my condo association and builders claim that my fridge caused substantial water damage in the unit directly below mine not sold and not rented?

You are responsible for any damage caused to someone else's property, why did they let you move in the condo without proper insurance is beyond me, whether the unit below you is rented or not is of... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_do_I_do_when_I_have_no_HO_insurance_for_my_condo_and_my_...

Does condo association insurance cover broken water pipes outside?

Read your governing documents to determine who owns the water pipe. If the pipes are for the sole use of a single owner, then the pipe may be considered 'limited common area', and the owner may be ... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_condo_association_insurance_cover_broken_water_pipes_out...


feedback
loading