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Alienated Premises Exclusion

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This exclusion eliminates coverage for property damage liability to premises alienated (i.e., sold) by you. For example, you own a lot and build a house on it. After the house is completed and sold, a subcontractor's faulty wiring causes the house to burn. The buyer, or his/her insurance company, sues you for the cost of repairing or rebuilding the house. There is no coverage for this exposure under standard liabilty policies.

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Created at 5/30/2013 11:01 AM by Sandy Ulrich
Last modified at 5/30/2013 11:01 AM by Sandy Ulrich