New Jersey Court Applies Continuous Trigger Theory and Finds That No Coverage Is Available Because Damage Manifested Prior to Inception of Policy
In Cypress Point Condo. Ass’n. v. Selective Way Ins. Co., 2015 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 721 (March 30, 2015), the New Jersey Law Division dismissed a declaratory judgment action filed against an insurer for a framing contractor, holding that coverage was not afforded under the continuous trigger theory because the injury manifested prior to the inception of the policy. Read the article……….
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Whose Lien Has Priority — The Secured Lender (Mortgagee) or Homeowner Association? The Answer Is “It Depends”
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