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In homeowners' breach of contract and bad faith suit against their insurer, the insurer's petition for writ of mandate is granted as, building a structure that encroaches onto another's property is not an accident even if the owners acted in a good faith but mistaken belief that they were legally entitled to build where they did. Because their homeowner policy did not provide coverage for non-accidental occurrences, the owners' insurer had no duty to defend when the owners were sued by the adjoining landowner as a result of the encroachment.
Filed January 26, 2010
Opinion by Judge McKinster
For Appellee: N/A
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