Washington Court of Appeals Interprets the Phrase "Third Person" Under Definition of "Insured Contract"

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The Washington Court of Appeals held that a liability insurance policy's contractual liability exclusion precludes coverage for an insured's contractual obligation to indemnify another party for injury to the insured because the insured was not a "third person" under the definition of "insured contract" in the insured's liability policy.

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