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On Businessowners form BP 00 03 01  01 10, a condominium association filed claim when a unit, which was rented out, was damaged when the tenant shot and killed his wife. The tenant’s carrier denied the claim. The unit owner and condo association have presented a claim under the association’s policy stating that it is primary under Conn. Stat. Sec 29, Section 47-225. Does this statue call for the association policy to be primary and cover all damages, including tenants improvements and betterments?

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