Certificates of Insurance Don’t Deliver the Protection they Promise for Associations and Managers

We’ve all heard that oral contracts “aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.” The same might be said of the certificates of insurance condo associations demand from their contractors: The certificates aren’t what they appear to be; they don’t provide the protection boards and association managers think they are getting.   Read the article……….


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