Today’s property policies follow the tradition of the Standard Fire Policy by totally prohibiting abandonment of insured property by any party. The abandonment clause is brief: There can be no abandonment to this Company of any property.

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Today’s property policies follow the tradition of the Standard Fire Policy by totally prohibiting abandonment of insured property by any party. The abandonment clause is brief: There can be no abandonment to this Company of any property.

The “impaired property” exclusion of a CGL policy’s Coverage A deals mainly with:

Loss of use claims due to “impaired property”.

Physical injury due to the “impaired property of others”.

Property damage due to “impaired products”.

Liability due to “impaired property”.

Answer: Loss of use claims due to “impaired property”.

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