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The Georgia Supreme Court, reversing a decision by an intermediate appellate court, has ruled that the phrase “held legally liable” in a master contract of insurance for a manufacturer’s extended protection plan (“EPP”) required an actual holding of legal liability by a court, not merely the possibility of such a holding or the prediction of such a holding by the insured, before the insurer could be required to indemnify the insured.

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