Insurance Law

The Applicability (Inapplicability) of New York's Disclaimer Statute

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Insurance Law columnist Jonathan A. Dachs provides a brief historical background of Insurance Law §3420(d)(2), which says that liability insurers must give notice as early as reasonably possible if they are disclaiming liability or denying coverage, and discusses one of the express limitations on the applicability of the statute—that the policy at issue be one that is "issued or delivered" in New York.

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