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10 Cal. 4th 645 *; 913 P.2d 878 **; 42 Cal. Rptr. 2d 324 ***; 1995 Cal. LEXIS 3714 ****; 95 Daily Journal DAR 8783; 95 Cal. Daily Op. Service 5148; 41 ERC (BNA) 1714
MONTROSE CHEMICAL CORPORATION OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. ADMIRAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant and Respondent.
Subsequent History: [****1] As Modified August 31, 1995.
Prior History: Superior Court of Los Angeles County, Nos. C594148 and C597389, G. Keith Wisot, Judge.
Previously Reported at: 897 P.2d 1.
Disposition: The judgment of the Court of Appeal is affirmed, and the matter remanded for further proceedings consistent with the views expressed herein.
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