In my opinion, the answer to the question about contractual liability is that the comprehensive general liability policy probably provides coverage.
What does CGLP stand for?
CGLP stands for Comprehensive General Liability Policy (US Department of the Treasury)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 5 other meanings of CGLP in our Acronym Attic
- Caisse de Garantie du Logement Locatif Social (French: Guarantee Fund of Social Rental Housing)
- Conglomerate (lithological term)
- Collins-Gisin-Linden-Massar-Popescu (physics)
- Chew, Goldberger, Low and Nambu (physics research)
- China Global Logistics Network
- Common-Gate Low-Noise Amplifier (circuits)
- Coastguard Liaison Officer
- Children of Gay or Lesbian Parents
- China Green Lights Program (est. 1996)
- Cineplex Galaxy Limited Partnership
- Croydon Gateway Limited Partnership (UK)
- Current Good Laboratory Practices
- Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire (Australia)
- Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (Japanese anime series)
- Conference on the Great Lakes Region
- Consultative Group on Locust Research (Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN)
- Consultative Group Learning Resources Center
- Council of Great Lakes Research Managers
- Center for Great Lakes Studies (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
- Chapman Griffin Lanier Sussenbach (architects; Atlanta, GA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The insured's counsel has tendered the defense to the insurer under the "advertising injury" section of the insured's comprehensive general liability policy.
The damage resulted in ruining the water-tight property of the roofs, and was held to be compensable under the "operations" coverage of the contractor's comprehensive general liability policy.
Typically, the tenant should keep in effect an Insurance Services Office (ISO)endorsed comprehensive general liability policy or an ISO-endorsed commercial general liability policy, written on an "occurrence" basis.
He also co-wrote Chapter 4, "The Comprehensive General Liability Policy and Its Business Risk Exclusions: An Overview.
In 1986, the insurance industry revised the Comprehensive General Liability policy to include a new pollution exclusion that has been nicknamed the "absolute pollution exclusion.
In the decision, Judge Weinstein vigorously applied the contra proferentem rule in construing a comprehensive general liability policy to provide coverage for $12 million in liability and defense costs that had been incurred by the plaintiff, Uniroyal.