SD Supreme Court Asked To Define "Damages" In Sioux Falls Big House Demolition
The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled in January 2018 that an oversized house built in a Sioux Falls historic district must be torn down.
Now the high court has been asked to determine if the state-law definition of "damages," for insurance purposes, includes the cost of construction and demolition of that new house.
The question comes out of a lawsuit in U.S. Federal Court, where the homeowners are suing Liberty Mutual.
SDPB's Victoria Wicks has this ongoing story.