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    May 03, 2013


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    Michael J. McHugh

    To the best of my knowledge, the "Company" is merely a conduit for FEMA's flood policy. They dictate the rates, and establish the claims procedure, and have to sign off on , and pay, every claim. It is fEMA's paper, after all.


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