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A subcontractor that decided not to participate in an Owner Controlled Insurance Program was required under the terms of its subcontract to procure and maintain, at its own expense, a builder’s risk insurance policy, and could not claim coverage as an additional insured under the program’s policy, an intermediate appellate court in New York has ruled. 

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