Supreme Court of Virginia Denies Coverage for Chinese Drywall Damages


The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled Friday that a homeowner’s insurance policy does not cover damages caused by “Chinese Drywall.” This type of drywall, imported from China in large quantities several years ago, releases sulfuric vapors that are alleged to cause health problems and property damage sufficient to render homes uninhabitable.

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