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With as many as two million or more homeowners reportedly at risk of foreclosure because of soaring interest rates under subprime adjustable mortgages, will a significant number of policyholders resort to arson to free themselves of their financial liabilities? That’s the critical question facing homeowners insurers and their special investigation units as anecdotal evidence begins to emerge that some might indeed be desperate enough to torch their houses to relieve their credit burden.

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