DAMAGE TO CONDO, ROOFS DID NOT CONSTITUTE ‘COLLAPSE’ Hilton Head Resort Council v. Gen. Star Indem. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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DAMAGE TO CONDO, ROOFS DID NOT CONSTITUTE ‘COLLAPSE’ Hilton Head Resort Council v. Gen. Star Indem. Co.

15 No. 28 ANINSCLR 7Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

DAMAGE TO CONDO, ROOFS DID NOT CONSTITUTE ‘COLLAPSE’ Hilton Head Resort Council v. Gen. Star Indem. Co.

15 No. 28 ANINSCLR 7Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

15 No. 28 Andrews Ins. Coverage Litig. Rep. 7
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DAMAGE TO CONDO, ROOFS DID NOT CONSTITUTE ‘COLLAPSE’

Hilton Head Resort Council v. Gen. Star Indem. Co.

Damage to two decorative roofs at a condominium complex totaling $1.6 million did not constitute a “collapse” for purposes of insurance coverage, according to a federal court in South Carolina.
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