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A federal district court in Maryland has ruled that insurers that issued homeowners and umbrella insurance policies did not have to defend their insured in an action brought by the federal government seeking forfeiture of funds in specific bank accounts – or in connection with his affirmative claim seeking to recover the seized property.

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