New Jersey occurrence

January 5, 2011
CDCoverage.com

In Pennsylvania Nat l Mut. Cas. Ins. Co. v. Parkshore Dev. Corp., No. 09-3821 (3rd Cir., Dec. 10, 2010)(unpublished), insured Parkshore was the developer and general contractor of a condominium project for which it used subcontractors to perform all of the work. Parkshore was sued post-completion by the homeowners association seeking damages for moisture penetration property damage to common elements, alleging breach of contract, negligence, breach of warranties, and statutory consumer fraud.Read the full story...



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