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When can a Landlord’s insurer subrogate against a tenant? This video provides an overview of the “Sutton Rule” also known as the “Implied Co-insured Doctrine;” a court created doctrine which can prevent the landlord’s insurer from subrogating against a tenant. The speaker offers a framework for analyzing the rule and practical tips for deciding whether to pursue subrogation.

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