Construction Funding filed a timely, sworn, proof of loss that “itemized the claim into general categories” such as “building structures” and “personal property.” Unfortunately, the relevant policy (incorporating a background federal law), required a “complete” inventory with attached documents. In this context “substantial compliance . . . is not enough,” and Construction Funding had no coverage for its loss. Construction Funding, LLC v. Fidelity Nat’l Indem. Ins. Co., No. 15-30040 (Jan. 8, 2016, unpublished).
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