Material Misrepresentation

A non-factually correct statement made by the applicant or proposed insured in a policy’s application. Furthermore, If the fact had been disclosed, the insurance company would not have issued the policy, would have issued it differently, or would have issued it with limited benefits or a higher premium. Material representations may not compromise the payout of the policies death benefit provided they are not contested by the insurance company (incontestability clause).

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