Connecticut High Court: Landlord’s Insurer Can Sue Tenants for Damage| Connecticut Law Tribune

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that a landlord’s insurer could use the doctrine of equitable subrogation to sue tenants for damage they caused to the rented property where the tenants had agreed in their lease that they would be responsible for damage and that they would obtain liability and property damage insurance—even in the absence of a specific agreement authorizing subrogation…. (continue reading below) < >

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