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" If a building shall fall, except as the result of a fire, all insurance by this company on it or its contents shall immediately cease and determine. "
Massachusetts Reports - Page 639
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1880
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The Law of Insurance: A Treatise on the Law of Insurance, Including Fire ...

Charles Burke Elliott - Insurance law - 1907 - 658 pages
...and purpose of the clause inserted in each of these policies, by which it is provided that 'if the building shall fall, except as the result of a fire, all insurance by this corporation on it or its contents shall immediately cease and determine/ is that the insurance,...
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Commentaries on the Law of Contracts: Being a Consideration of the ..., Volume 5

William Frederick Elliott - Contracts - 1913
...and purpose of the clause inserted in each of these policies, by which it is provided that, 'if the building shall fall except as the result of a fire, all insurance by this corporation on it or its contents shall immediately cease and determine,' is that the insurance,...
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Bouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia, Volume 2

John Bouvier - Law - 1914
...Daws v. Ins. Co., 127 Mass. 34C, 34 Am. Rep. 384. In this case the policy conmined the provision that "if a building shall fall, except as the result of a fire," the insurance should cease; and this was held to apply to inherent defects in the building. And when,...
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Hall on Insurance Adjustments

Thrasher Hall - Fire insurance claims - 1916 - 223 pages
...three-fourths of it standing, and afterwards it burned. The policy contained the following condition: "XII. If a building shall fall, except as the result of a fire, all insurance by this company on it, or its contents, shall immediately cease and determine." Held, The building...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 9

Law - 1879
...gun-powder or any explosive substance, nor by lightning or explosions of any kind, unless fire ensues, and then for the loss or damage by fire only, which loss xhall be determined by the value of the damaged property after the casualty by explosion or lightning,"...
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Reports of Cases: Determined in the Supreme Court of New Brunswick, Volume 20

New Brunswick. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1881
...lightning or explosions of (29) steam boilers, unless fire ensues, and then for the loss or damage liv fire only, which loss shall be determined by the value of the damaged (30) property after the casualty by lightning or explosion of steam boiler ; nor for any loss or damage...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 7

Insurance law - 1878
...company shall not be liable therefor unless fire ensues, and then for the loss by fire only, which shall be determined by the value of the damaged property after the casualty by explosion or lightning." It is claimed that by force of these provisions the loss which occurred was excepted from the risk...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 4

Insurance law - 1875
...expiration,) for which plaintiff claimed damages in amount named. The policy contained the following clause, "If a building shall fall, except as the result of a fire, all insurance by this company oil it or its contents shall immediately cease and determine." The facts shown were,...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 9

Insurance law - 1880
...nor for damage by lightning (unless fire ensues, and then for the loss or damage by fire only, which shall be determined by the value of the damaged property after the casualty by lightning) ; or explosions of any kind whatever within the premises." The weight of the testimony was...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 12

Insurance law - 1883
...substance; nor by lightning, unless specially mentioned ; or explosions of any kind unless fire ensues, and then for the loss or damage, by fire only, which loss shall bo determined by the value of the damaged property, after the casualty by explosion or lightning."...
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