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In a township mutual insurance policy covering a dwelling, “one year” means “two years.” The Minnesota Standard Fire Insurance Policy applied to a township mutual policy that insured a farmhouse, extending the claim period to two years, the Court of Appeals decided on Jan. 17 in Cisar v. Slyter and Spring Vale Mutual Insurance Co.

Minnesota Court of Appeals extends policy claim period

In a township mutual insurance policy covering a dwelling, “one year” means “two years.” The Minnesota Standard Fire Insurance Policy applied to a township mutual policy that insured a farmhouse, extending the claim period to two years, the Court of Appeals decided on Jan. 17 in Cisar v. Slyter and Spring Vale Mutual Insurance Co.

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