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Tag Archives: Zoning

Insurance – CGL – Exclusions – ‘Your Work’ & Products Completed Operations Hazard – Zoning – Incorrect Permits – Loss of Use (access required)

Walde v. Association Insurance Co. The plaintiff-homeowners alleged that their contractor failed to obtain the correct permits and that, as a consequence, their barn had to be partially torn down, resulting in a loss of use. The contractor’s insurer was not required to defend or indemnify the contractor against the homeowners’ claims because their claims fall within the “your work” exclusion in the contractor’s commercial general liability policy.

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Municipal – Zoning – Special Exception Application – Fireworks Store (access required)

Wyndham Enterprises, LLC v. City of North Augusta Residents’ unsubstantiated concerns about increased traffic and decreased property values wasn’t enough to support the defendant-city’s denial of appellants’ request for a special exception to open a fireworks store in a commercial district. We reverse the circuit court’s order upholding the denial of appellants’ request.

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