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Administrative – Civil Practice – Subject Matter Jurisdiction – Standing – Homeowners Insurance – Rate Increase – Consent Order (access required)

Dare County v. North Carolina Department of Insurance. Petitioners - 12 counties, 10 towns and two private parties - lack standing to seek administrative or judicial review of a consent order entered into by the N.C. Rate Bureau and the N.C. Department of Insurance. The consent order changed homeowners' insurance territories, raised rates an average of 3.9 percent statewide, raised rates for property owners in coastal territories by 6.5 to 29.8 percent, and reduced rates for condominium owners in coastal territories by 2 to 25 percent.

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