Richards v. State Farm Lloyds
The Court found that the "eight corners" rule has never been based on the inclusion of "groundless, false or fraudulent" language in insurance policies and, therefore, the lack of such language in the insurance policy did not allow the insurer to avoid application of the "eight corners" rule.
liability insurance policy, duty to defend, eight corners rule, policy language exception, extrinsic evidence
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