APPELLATE DIVISION HOLDS THAT LIABILITY POLICY OF TENANT DOES NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR LANDLORD AND ITS REAL ESTATE MANAGER

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The Appellate Division in Cambria v. Two JFK BLV, LLC, et. al. (423 N.J. Super 499) was called upon to determine whether the trial court properly found that the landlord and its real estate manager were additional insured under a liability policy of insurance issued to a tenant. In this matter, plaintiff slipped and fell in the icy parking lot of a strip mall owned by Two JFK Blvd., LLC (“JFK”). JFK in turn utilized the services of David Rubin (“Rubin”) as its real estate manager. JFK Food & Deli was a tenant in the strip mall and was insured under a policy of insurance issued by Harleysville Insurance Company of New Jersey (“Harleysville”).

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Published In: Business Torts Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Insurance Updates, Personal Injury Updates

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