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Ten Questions to Ask in Subrogation Cases Involving Leases, Rental Agreements and Other Contracts

For many years sage advice from legal counsel, consumer advocates, and friends has been to “get it in writing.” In subrogation cases, what is “in writing” can have a substantial effect on the viability of recovery. In many subrogation cases,

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Recent Michigan Rulings Allow Subrogation Claims Against Tenants

Michigan appeared to join those states barring a landlord’s subrogee from suing a tenant in the case of New Hampshire Insurance Group v. Labombard, 155 Mich. App 369, 375 (1986). There, the court held that a tenant is an implied

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