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Montana politician Greg Gianforte poses with animal trophies at his Bozeman home in October 2016. When similar hunting trophies are displayed at a business, they may not be covered in the event of a loss. (AP Photo/Matt Volz, File)

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Question: The insured has a commerical policy — CP 00 01 (07/02) — with no deductible. This policyholder owns a few buildings and one of the buildings is used to store some of his business personal property (BPP) valued at $200,000. He has the property insured for $200,000. So it is insured adequately.

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