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Breach of fire protective safeguards endorsement negated by insurance company inspection. 4th Cir., NC, unpublished

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In Colony Ins. v. Peterson, the insured got insurance for a vacant building. Under an endorsement, the insured was required to keep the utilities on in the building, and have working fire protection. The insurance company had the building inspected, and charged a $250 fee. When inspected, it was found there was no power on… Continue Reading
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