Elijah's mum- building is 7 yrs old or less and strata contacted my agent. I didn't think I need to because there was just one small wet patch of carpet outside of the bathroom door.
The damage inside my unit was so insignificant that I was shocked to learn 5 other units had more damage. Strata emailed my RE agent saying they will receive an invoice for the other units' damages and RE agent emailed us that they will pass the invoice onto us. Hubby emailed back saying how did they determine we were at fault for the other units so quickly, questioning whether a proper investigation has been carried out. We also asked about landlord's insurance, why it's not being used in this situation.
Agent says we're at fault, owner has no insurance and we need to carry out our own investigation if we want to get out of paying fir repairs. I'm stressed out about this and sick daughter is now in hospital. I'mI staying up late now to find out how she is. I need a brwak from all this unpleasant events. This is our first time as tenants...we assumed landlords take out insurance cover. WWyd in our situation?