Notice to the Insured Policy is Void
The insurer should give notice to the insured of its intent to declare the policy void, or forfeited, as a result of the insured’s misrepresentation, concealment, and/or fraud as soon as possible. The notice should be sufficiently clear to allow the insured to know clearly that no coverage exists and the reasons the insurer has taken the position that the contract is void.
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