“Regardless of whether ‘loss’ means ‘deprivation’ or ‘failing to keep possession’ or whether ‘property’ includes leaseholds or buildings, this court has squarely determined that ‘direct physical loss of’ property does not mean what [plaintiffs] say[] it means,” the federal appeals court wrote. “It refers to the direct physical loss of property, not the use of property.”


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