Claim Reporting Requirements – 2
Both decisions were decertified by the California Supreme Court. When a decision is decertified it may not be cited as precedent in any court of California. It may be useful, however, as an indication of future rulings. It may also aid in presenting an argument for a position without referring to the decision. Similarly, a 1987 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversing a trial court’s determination of no coverage was subsequently withdrawn.
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