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Restaurants’ lost revenue during COVID doesn’t justify missed rent: Appellate Court

Restaurants forced to close but allowed to do carryout during pandemic cannot use the COVID emergency as a defense for not having paid rent, Md. appeals court says.

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‘Physical damage’ coverage excludes COVID-related losses, high court says

The Maryland Supreme Court (formerly the Court of Appeals) building in Annapolis. MF-D 9/20/04.

Companies that lost business during the COVID-19 pandemic cannot turn to the “physical loss or damage” coverage provision of their insurance policies for financial relief, the Maryland Supreme Court ruled.

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Belcamp company seeks Supreme Court intervention in COVID-19 insurance case

A Belcamp company denied insurance for lost business during the pandemic has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to order the federal court considering the business’s appeal to ask Maryland’s top court for its interpretation of the state’s insurance law before ...

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