What happens when monkeys escape from a private home.
April 12, 2021 at 06:56 AM
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On Thursday April 8 a colleague told us about a situation around her home. Apparently a nearby homeowner has a private collection of monkeys, 5 of which had escaped from home and were running through local neighborhoods. Our colleague naturally wondered about how homeowners and commercial property policies would respond if the monkeys damaged any property. As always, we have the answer.
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