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The New Hampshire Supreme Court, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that the “reckless and wanton conduct” in which an insured homeowner was alleged to have engaged – knowingly permitting her son to engage in criminal drug activity on her property – did not constitute an “occurrence” as required for coverage under her homeowner’s or umbrella insurance policies.

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