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Civil Practice – Appeals – Interlocutory – Denial of Motion to Dismiss — Failure to Join a Necessary Party – Speculation (access required)

Builders Mutual Ins. Co. v. Meeting Street Builders, LLC In an insurer’s declaratory judgment action stemming from a South Carolina lawsuit by a homeowners’ association (HOA) against the companies that built the HOA members’ townhomes, the denial of a motion to dismiss for failure to join a necessary party – the HOA – is an interlocutory order.

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