Posts tagged Easements.
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The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held in KF 103-CV v. American Family Mut. Ins. Co., No. 14-1403 (10th Cir. Oct. 29, 2015), that a general liability insurer owed a defense to a real estate developer who allegedly trespassed on nearby easements, causing a loss of use of those easements and a diminution in value to the dominant property.  The decision illustrates the expansive defense coverage owed under ordinary general liability insurance, with coverage extending to claims alleging only a loss of use or property value.


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Judges – Not Juries – Award Attorney’s Fees In Virginia Bad Faith Cases, FC&S Legal
November 10, 2015

In REVI, LLC v. Chicago Title Insurance Company, the Virginia Supreme Court held that a trial judge, rather than a jury, should determine whether an insured is entitled to attorney’s fees as a result of the insurer’s bad faith.


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