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If there is no lien on the property, the HOA's general liability insurance should cover any liability arising from the use of the land. If the HOA isn't formal and isn't incorporated it probably doesn't have any insurance. I would consider obtaining some. Consult the HOA's legal counsel for advice for your area.

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Q: What type of insurance is needed for vacant land owned by your HOA?
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