S.C. Supreme Court Finds CGL Policy Excludes Coverage Where

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A Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy did not provide coverage when a brick

face was damaged by improper cleaning after the insured completed its installation

according to a recent opinion of the South Carolina Supreme Court. Finding

exclusions j.(5) and n applied to remove coverage, the S.C. Supreme Court reversed

the decision of the circuit court.

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