actual use


actual use
Term "actual use" in automobile liability policy providing coverage for nonowned automobile if the actual operation or actual use of automobile by relative of insured is with permission of owner means present or active use or a use existing in fact or reality as distinguished from an imputed or constructive use. United Services Auto. Ass'n v. United States Fire Ins. Co., 36 C.A.3d 765, 111 Cal.Rptr. 595, 598

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