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February 15, 2006


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In Country Wide Ins. Co. v. National R.R. Passenger Corp., 2006 N.Y. Slip Op. 01112, the Court of Appeals considered the issue of whether summary judgment is appropriately granted where there are uncontradicted statements from both the owner and the [Read More]


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