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Condo association insurance is an insurance policy carried by the condominium association that insures against accidents and injuries that occur on the condominium complex's common grounds. Damage to the exterior of the ... More »

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Condo association fees are dues that go towards the repair and maintenance of the building?????????s common living areas, such as pools, hallways, elevators and lobbies. The fees also cover the costs of landscaping, roof... More »

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Condominium association bylaws typically cover areas, such as who may be an officer of the association, how long those officers serve, how the officers are elected, when and where meetings take place, how meetings should... More »

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