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Incorporation Doctrine

Incorporation Doctrine

Definition

A legal principle that holds that the incorporation of a defective product into real property constitutes "property damage" (PD) as defined in the commercial general liability (CGL) policy. This doctrine has been argued, mostly unsuccessfully, in pursuit of liability coverage for construction defects that have not produced actual physical damage.

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