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Bad Faith
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REMOVAL OF PERSONAL PROPERTY WASN'T THEFT, GEORGIA FEDERAL JUDGE SAYS

Johnson v. Allstate Indem. Co.

An insurer did not act in breach of contract or bad faith when it denied a claim for theft related to a couple's breakup, a federal judge in Atlanta has ruled.
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