Limits to the Duty to Defend
In Dillon v. Hartford, 38 Cal. App. 3d 335, 113 Cal. Rptr. 396, the California Court of Appeal acknowledged that the duty to defend is not without limit. It found that it extends “only to the defense of those actions of the nature and kind covered by the policy.”
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