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After an insurance company filed an action for a declaration that it had properly rescinded a property and general liability policy due to material misstatements on the application, the defendants moved to dismiss for failure to join an indispensable party: the broker who, according to the defendants, had recommended and sold them the policy. A federal district court in Texas has denied the motion. 

The Court’s Decision 

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