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Coverage for property damage resulting from faulty workmanship is an issue brought up many times before in the courts (see cover story on p. 14). Aside from the fact that the standard commercial general liability form has an exclusion that precludes coverage for property damage to the named insured’s own work, some courts focus not on the exclusion but on whether faulty workmanship can be considered an occurrence.

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