Tenants Sued Landlord Over Missing Smoke Detectors. Its Insurer Did Not Have to Defend Because There Were Missing Smoke Detectors.
An appellate court in California has ruled that the owner of an apartment building sued by tenants for missing or inoperable smoke detectors was not entitled…
An appellate court in California has ruled that the owner of an apartment building sued by tenants for missing or inoperable smoke detectors was not entitled to a defense of the lawsuit from its insurer because the owner breached the insurance policy by failing to provide working smoke detectors.
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