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An appellate court in Florida, reversing a trial court’s decision, has held that a post-loss assignee of the right to recover under a homeowner’s insurance policy could proceed with its action against the insurance company because Florida law did not require that a post-loss assignee have an insurable interest at the time of loss.

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