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Last Post 01/26/2010 9:18 AM by  jlouden
Collapse due to Weight of Snow and Ice load
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steve sanders
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01/20/2010 8:23 PM

    Would you consider coverage for collapse due to snow and ice load. Coverage provided under CP 10 30 06-07.

    Coverage is provded for collapse due to wieght of rain. Would snow and ice be considered weight of rain?

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    sbeau4014
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    01/21/2010 12:01 PM

    Steve, Collapse caused by the "specified causes of loss" is covered as stated on page 4 of 10 on that form (middle of the first column.  The specified causes of loss are found on page 9 of 10, and the peril of "weight of ice and snow" is included as one of the specified causes of loss.

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    jlouden
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    01/26/2010 9:18 AM
    section G definitions... item 2.

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