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 How much contractor insurance should a condo have?

Answer The answer depends on how the contractor is employed by the association. If the contractor is bonded, insured and licensed -- best practices indicate this is the best position for the association, ... Read More »
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What are the implications of having the condo association as an added insured on homeowner's condo insurance policy?

Answerthey are an insured under the policy as they 'own' the outside of the home........no 'implicatons' other than in some claims they would/may be included on the draft in payment........it may b... Read More »
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If a leak from my condo damaged the condo below mine and neither of us have insurance who would be responsible for paying for the damages?

If it was determined that the condominium did not bear any blame, then you are the one who would be responsible.
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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 »
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Can a condo homeowner be charged a fee to obtain a master condo association flood certificate of insurance?

Depending on the source of the certificate, it may be that there are expenses related to producing it. The management company may have a set fee for all copies, scans and so forth. The insurance co... Read More »
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