Preponderance of Evidence
An insurer need only prove arson by a preponderance of the evidence, according to the appellate division of the New Jersey Superior court, in Olesak v. Central Mutual Insurance Company, 215 N.J. Super. 155, 521 A. 2d 849 (1987).
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