Skeletons in the closet
IT is well known that insurers can avoid a policy induced by material non-disclosure of a “moral hazard”: that is circumstances that suggest the integrity of a potential insured are open to doubt (such that there is a risk that there may be dishonesty in reporting and presentation of claims).
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