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In a case involving spot damage to multiple siding panels on multiple buildings, the Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld an appraisal panel’s decision that siding of comparable material and quality required a reasonable color match between the damaged and undamaged siding and that, as a result, the insured condominium association was entitled to have all of the siding panels on each of its 20 buildings replaced.

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