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Provides coverage for loss assessments imposed by an association against the insured for damage to property caused by a peril insured against under Coverage “A.”  

All homeowners policies (HO-3, HO-4, HO-5, HO-6, etc) provide $1,000 of loss assessment coverage built into the form. The HO 04 35 - Loss Assessment Coverage endorsement allows for increased limits (up to $50,000 under ISO rules) as well as the ability to extend the coverage from the “residence premises” to another location such as a secondary home owned by the insured. The limit of $1,000 is referenced in Section I of the policy, as well as in Section II of the policy. Any resident who lives in an association should increase the $1,000 limit to a higher limit, especially considering the very inexpensive cost to do so.


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