Overly strong and incredibly broad interpretation of the anti-assignment language that the insurer was trying to invoke. Had the insurer’s interpretation been accepted, insurers could deny the transfer of any CGL policy to any successor in interest, a conclusion that would drastically affect the worth and usefulness of occurrence based policies.
Fluor Corp. , et. al. v. Superior Court Of The State Of California, County Of Orange
Court California Supreme Court
Case Number S. 196592
- Anti-assignment Clause