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A federal district court in Florida has ruled that all of a condominium unit owner’s claims against the condominium association arose from the fact that the unit suffered property damage from Hurricane Wilma, and therefore the property damage exclusion in the association’s Directors & Officers insurance policy precluded defense and indemnity. 

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