The Federation of Private Residents Associations1 (FPRA), a not-for-profit national voice for residents’ associations, has published an update of its authoritative insurance guide for leaseholders, which was originally written and first published with Deacon as co-authors in 2015.
“Insurance for blocks of flats, residential management companies and right to manage companies” provides a helpful step-by-step introduction to insurance for blocks of flats and explains the different types of cover that might be needed.
Not surprisingly the substantive content and information remains much the same, but the revised edition includes an outline of protection against risks like cyber liability, which is relatively-newly recognised as a potential threat to block managers.
“Insurance for blocks of flats and residential management companies”provides a helpful step-by-step introduction to insurance for blocks of flats and explains the different types of cover that might be needed.
Deacon customer relationship director Nigel Feast3, one of our industry’s best respected figures said: “A great deal of work went into preparing the first edition of this guide, and we are delighted that it has proved useful to leaseholders and that new technology makes the new edition so widely and freely available.“
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