No CGL Coverage Where General Contractor Leaves in the Middle of Project

In Builders Mutual v. R Design, 2010 WL 2079741 (D.S.C.), a federal district court in South Carolina found no coverage exists under a CGL policy, despite “resulting damage,” when the general contractor performed faulty work and left in the middle of the project stating “to permit coverage under these facts would encourage general contractors to avoid or to prolong correction of faulty work discovered during the construction process.”

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