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We purchased our apartment which had been extensively renovated by the previous owner some 10 years prior.
Recently a pipe burst in the bathroom ceiling which then had to be replaced after the plumbers fixed the leak.
Our contents policy will only pay for the painting of the ceiling, not the repair, and the Building Manager says the body corporate is not responsible because the apartment is not the original apartment as a result of the renovations previously done.
Would appreciate any advice as to who may be responsible,. If the body corporate approved the renovations and the ceiling is common property, should they not be responsible?
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