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May 6, 2019

The United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit has ruled that the term “resident” in a mothers’ homeowners’ policy was ambiguous for purposes of coverage of a lawsuit against her for negligently storing a handgun in her home which her son used to commit murder. The case is American National Property and Casualty Co. v. Burns, No. 18-8006 (10th Cir. April 23, 2019).

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