The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that the wrongful conduct of one co-trustee in setting fire to a building constituting part of the corpus of a family trust cannot fairly be imputed to other co-trustees so as to deny them recovery of their share of insurance proceeds.
Giacobetti v. Insurance Placement Facility of Pennsylvania, ___ Pa. ___, 457 A.2d 853 (1983).
Robert M. Danenberg,
Insurance Law - Wrongful Conduct of Insured - Innocent Con-Insured,
Duq. L. Rev.
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