Definition of "Hostile fire"

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Cora Anderson, Real Estate Agent Anderson Real Estate & Associates

Unfriendly fire not confined to its normal habitat. For example, fire in the fireplace leaps onto the sofa. Property contracts protect against damage from a hostile fire, not from damage from fire in the fireplace, its normal habitat. The insurance is designed to cover fortuitous loss, which the hostile fire is.

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