Homeowners Insurance Policies always exclude preexisting un-repaired damage.
You should check on the laws in your area. In some regions, neither is responsible and your respective insurance companies pay for your own repairs. In others, the condo owner's insurance company above is repsonsible for paying. There may be a way to claim from the condo owner themselves.
No. Try to avoid plumbing line in ceiling . If at all there is a leakage then it disturbs the lab.
Mould is mostly caused by humidity or leakage. For example, if you have mould on your ceiling, you should check if your roof isn't leaking.
fire, explosion, windstorm, hurricane, hail, smoke, riots, vandalism and sprinkler leakage
what is economic leakage
yes anastomotic leakage
You have it spelled correctly. It's leakage.
Usually if one has ceiling water damage there will be signs of moisture leakage on the ceiling. One should inspect the roof for loose shingles and make sure that the gutters are cleared from any clogs due to leaves. Other signs might be a musty odour, bulging or sagging ceilings or perhaps even rust showing on metal light fixtures/
leakage reactance in induction motor depends on the reluctance of the path in which the leakage flux is establishing. with the increase in stator current the leakage flux also increases but it cannot maintain linear relationship because of saturation of the leakage flux path, even though current is increasing the flux will not increase and it'll be constant after saturation. this leakage flux links with the stator winding and induces emf which will be opposite to the supply voltage causes drop in applied voltage , the drop in the applied voltage is represented with the leakage reactance. as flux is responsible for the induction of emf , the increase in current does not increase flux after saturation and therefore emf also doesnot increase so the leakage reactance is not constant throughout the machine operation...