A sink in my condominium overflowed without me realizing it, and water went into my neighbor's condo, below me. There's damage to her drywall, and I agreed to pay to have it replaced. I received estimates from contractors to replace the drywall, and one was scheduled to do the work. I emailed a release of liability statement to my neighbor, letting her know I would need for her to sign it after the repairs have been successfully completed, that would release me from any other liability. She said she could not sign it, that she needed to cancel the appointment with the contractor, and had an insurance adjuster make an assessment. She said that her insurance adjuster advised her, that according to our bylaws, I need to pay her deductible, which is $500. The bylaws states:
Waiver. Each unit owner hereby waives and releases any and all claims which he may have against any other unit owner, the Association, its officers, members of the Board, the Declarant, the manager, and managing agent of the Building, if any, and their respective employees and agents, for damage to the Common Elements, the Units, or to any personal property located in the Units or Common Elements, caused by fire or casualty, to the extent that such damage is covered by fire or other form of casualty insurance.
Should I still get a release of liability statement from her insurance company, before I pay the $500?