COURT SAYS 'SUDDEN' MEANS 'ABRUPT' IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION CASE Buell Indus. v. Greater N.Y. Mut. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

COURT SAYS 'SUDDEN' MEANS 'ABRUPT' IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION CASE Buell Indus. v. Greater N.Y. Mut. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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22 No. 15 Andrews Hazardous Waste Litig. Rep. 10
Andrews Hazardous Waste Litigation Reporter
April 26, 2002
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COURT SAYS 'SUDDEN' MEANS 'ABRUPT' IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION CASE

Buell Indus. v. Greater N.Y. Mut. Ins. Co.

In a matter of first impression, the Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that the term ‘sudden‘ in the sudden and accidental exception to the pollution exclusion has a temporal element and requires a ‘quick or abrupt‘ release. The court refused to...
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