Archive | October, 2012

Inverse condemnation—what’s that?

Governments (federal, state and local) pass laws and regulations that impact the use of private property. Sometimes those government regulations are so restrictive that a private property owner has a right to compensation for the “taking” of his or her property. Recently, a landowner with property adjacent to the state penitentiary in Walla Walla, claimed […]

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Tenant as implied co-insured

What is an implied co-insured? Disputes about insurance coverage arise all the time. After all, someone will need to pay for the repair after an event that causes significant damage. Often, we look to insurance companies to pay. They often don’t want to. Recently, the Court of Appeals, considered whether a commercial tenant is an […]

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