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Most homeowners’ insurance contracts contain an appraisal provision wherein either party may compel the other to submit to a binding appraisal process meant to resolve a covered claim. Often, an issue arises as to whether an insurance carrier has waived its right to appraisal, which, like any other contractual right, may be waived under certain circumstances. 

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