Definition of "Hostile fire"

Cynthia Taylor-Dubois real estate agent
Cynthia Taylor-Dubois, Real Estate Agent Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Select Realty

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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