Void as Void
A fraud and concealment clause in an insurance policy generally voids the policy upon the insured’s attempts to deceive the insurer. Deceit may involve false representations to obtain insurance coverage or to obtain benefits after a claimed loss. Misrepresentations in a policy application concerning use of the property was found to be sufficient to declare a policy void.
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