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Is there a CCP or Civil code (CA) that requires the insurance company to act in good faith?
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Hi, You mention this case:
3. A California court found that a commercial insurance provider of general liability insurance acted in bad faith when it did not honestly evaluate its client's vulnerability to liability to third persons. The company also failed to accurately determine its indemnity obligation and limited its settlement under mistaken information.
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