Tenant Didn't Have to Name Owner in Insurance Policy

June 30, 2008
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Facts: An owner and tenant signed a commercial lease that required the tenant to obtain commercial general liability insurance (CGL) for their “mutual benefit.” The blanket additional insured endorsement in the CGL policy that the tenant purchased stated that the definition of “an insured” includes “any person that a written contract required the tenant to name as an additional insured.”

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