Originally Posted By: lwillick
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How many of you guys inspect an entire condo building, or a portion of a condo building when you are inspecting the non-strata condo unit the purchaser is buying ? If you are doing strata areas, do you realize that you can be held accountable for up to six years. Let the strata council hire engineering companies to inspect the building. You are not getting paid ten thousand dollars or any thing near that to take responsibility for the roof or for any other part of a strata complex building. Stay out of the elevator shafts and stay off of the roofs of these buildings. Keep your inspection to what the purchaser is buying. Also do not go over the strata meeting minutes, you can again be held liable. Most of the realtors will not go over the strata meeting minutes with their clients either. Remember you are not getting paid the big bucks.