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As always, June 1 is the beginning of hurricane season. The season runs until the end of November and storms rarely start at the beginning of the season. But storms do their own thing so the start of the season indicates that it’s time to consider flood insurance, mitigation efforts, and other steps to make the season as safe as possible.
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When an association policy is nonrenewed and the new policy is substantially more so that unit owners are assessed for the increase in premium, can they file a claim under their loss assessment coverage for the increase?