Alberta "Leaky condo" problem and insurance
So, as I've decided to take the plunge into the murky world of condos, I'm realizing that as a buyer one takes the risk of special assessment without really having an appreciation for it.
I'm looking at a Tessco project which may or may not have had its envelope redone.
Is there an insurance policy (other than title insurance) that can protect a buyer against special assessment due to faulty construction?
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