Definition : Insurance - Co-owner Insurance

Insurance covering risks associated with owning a private portion generally covering the personal liability of the co-owner towards  third parties, the improvements that have been made to the private portion, the furniture and the insufficiency of  the  syndicate’s insurance coverage.

Related articles


Le Regroupement des gestionnaires et copropriétaires du Québec vous invite à son colloque "L'assurance en copropriété : s'adapter à la réforme". Ce rendez-vous vous permettra de faire le point sur la réforme des assurances en copropriété suite au projet de loi 150. 
View more
  Even though some short-term residential rental websites offer insurance for that type of leasing, the fact that you are renting your apartment to tourists, remains essential information to be communicated to both your home insurer and your syndicate insurer. This will avoid horror stories on the occasion of a loss.
View more
When you own an apartment in a co-ownership, you share the common portions, such as the roof, the lobby and the elevators in undivided ownership with the other owners. By the same token, you also share a portion of the liabilities attached to them.
View more
Legal fees may hold back those co-owners wishing to assert their rights. Legal expenses insurance overcomes this obstacle. What is legal expense insurance? This insurance allows the reimbursement, in part or in full, of lawyers' or notaries' fees to prevent or resolve a dispute. However, this guarantee is subject to pre-established conditions, deductibles and caps. Insurance companies offering legal fees insurance can propose a lawyer, although it cannot impose him to you. You remain free to retain the lawyer of your choice.
View more
In your haste to finalize the offer to purchase, you may forget to ask the co-owner/vendor if since his purchase, improvements have been carried out in the apartment. This question is of the outmost importance as it will allow you, if this is the case, to find out if they have been carried out correctly and legally.
View more