Strata Water Loss Workshop - Webinar (PT)

Webinar

Insurance Institute of BC, BC [Map]
Date and Time: November 04, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm PT

* SOLD OUT - email Winnie to be added to the waitlist. *

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Limited capacity.  Past workshops sold out very quickly - register early!

WEBINAR | BUILDING | TECHNICAL 

Water damage is the most common type of loss in our industry, and when the loss includes a strata unit, it can involve multiple parties and policies.

So, where do you start with a water damage claim in strata?

This webinar will begin with an explanation of the legal principles in respect to the obligations to repair, the duty to insure, and how they relate to each other in the context of BC legislation. The remainder of this webinar will be an interactive workshop providing attendees the opportunity to review water damage scenarios and determine liability.

WEBINAR OBJECTIVES

  • Examine the steps involved in a water damage claim, from incident to assessment and response, leading to repairs
  • Compare the strata corporation's duty to repair versus the owner's duty to repair
  • Engage in group discussions and work through scenarios to identify the party liable to pay the deductible and the party responsible for repairs when the damage is below or above the deductible


    Workshop:
    Attendees will be provided with workshop materials in advance.  Breakout rooms will be used for workshop discussions.

    WEBINAR PRESENTERS

    Veronica Franco , Partner - Clark Wilson LLP, Chair - Strata Property Practice Group
    Veronica is the Chair of Clark Wilson LLP’s Strata Property Practice Group. She leads a group of litigators and solicitors who primarily act for strata corporations on all aspects of strata governance as well as other legislation affecting strata corporations. Her mandate is to help strata corporations and property managers identify and address issues before they become problems. She is a leader in the practice of strata law in BC and one of the top contributors to advancing education within the industry, presenting annual seminars for various industry groups including the Condominium Home Owners Association, the Professional Association of Managing Agents, and the Canadian Condominium Institute.

    Jennifer Neville, Lawyer - Hamilton & Company
    Jennifer has been providing advice to strata corporations and owners since 2003. She assists with a broad range of strata property issues, including bylaw and resolution drafting, compliance with the Strata Property Act, repairs, collections, strata financing, disputes, and Civil Resolution Tribunal claims. She regularly gives seminars for organizations such as the Professional Association of Managing Agents, the Strata Property Agents of BC, and the Condominium Home Owners Association. She is a contributing author and a member of the editorial board for the British Columbia Strata Property Practice Manual (published by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia). In addition, she is a Director of the Condominium Home Owners Association.

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    Number of Continuing Education Credits: 2 Technical CE Credit (BC)
    Please be aware that tardy log-in or early log-out to/from the webinar will preclude IIBC from issuing a CE certificate for this education session.
    * If you require CE credits for licensing renewal requirements in provinces other than BC, please check with you provincial licensing regulator for validity.

    Registration Deadline: Friday, October 30, 2020 or when sold out

    Fees: Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required

    $69 IIBC Member
    +$85 New Member (includes membership exp May 31, 2021)

    Corporate Rate: N/A

    Cancellation Policy:   Participant substitutions accepted up to 24 hours prior to webinar (substitute must be current member). IIBC reserves the right to cancel the webinar due to unforeseen circumstances.

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    QUESTIONS?
    Winnie Hon, CIP, Seminars & Events Specialist
    Insurance Institute of BC
    E:
    whon@insuranceinstitute.ca
    T: 604.681.5491 x21 

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