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Thus far, we have seen that although the “targeted tender” doctrine permits an insured to avoid or take an end run around the “other insurance” clause of the commercial general liability (CGL) policy, the insured’s right to make a targeted tender is based upon particular policy language rather than upon public policy considerations. The doctrine can therefore be eliminated by appropriately drafted insurance coverage language.

See Related Article: Clash of Coverage Doctrines, Part One

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