California Supreme Court Rules That Life Insurance Does Not Qualify as a "Service" Under the Consumers Legal Remedies Act


The California Supreme Court has determined that life insurance is not a “service” under the Consumers Legal Remedies Act (“CLRA”). The Court held that statutory language in the CLRA is unambiguous and that the Legislature?s omission of insurance under the definition of “service” indicated its lack of intent to subject life insurance to the CLRA.

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