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The Court of Appeals of Maryland, the state’s highest court, has ruled that, to determine if a third party complaint triggered the “business pursuits” exclusion in a homeowner’s liability insurance policy, an insurer must consider the continuity of the insured’s alleged business interests and the insured’s profit motive. 

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