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Hello! My name is Debra (formerly known as Legal Ease). Thank you for your question. I'm reviewing it now, and will post back again shortly.
Let me make sure that I understand the facts.
The community centre building is owned by the city.But there is a board that manages the centre.
The city has insurance for the building but you are being told it doesn't cover instances where some group leases a room. Is that it?
So if someone fell they would sue the city and that is fine.
But you are saying if someone coming to the seniors event decides to sue the board for some reason the board is not insured?Or you saying if the seniors run and event and someone sues because they were not happy about the event then if they sued the board you are not covered and if they sued the city the city insurance would not cover this and so then would the city blame the board and sue you?I am trying to figure out what can happen to you exactly.
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