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Insurance – Policy Coverage – Fire – Rental Property – Subrogation (access required)

An insurance company, suing as a landlord’s subrogee, cannot sue for breach of the lease agreement after a fire in an apartment rented by four tenants, as the landlord did not pursue remedies under the lease or under the Virginia Landlord Residential Tenant Act, but refunded the tenants’ security deposit after deducting certain costs; but ...

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