10th Circuit Finds Term “Resident” to be Ambiguous in Homeowners’ Policy
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, reversing a district court’s decision, has ruled that the term “resident” in a divorced mother’s homeowners’ insurance policy was ambiguous for purposes of coverage of a lawsuit against her for negligently storing a handgun her son used to commit murder.
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