Suppression Of Facts Made In Proposal Form Will Render Insurance Policy Voidable By The Insurer: SC [Read Judgment]

Suppression Of Facts Made In Proposal Form Will Render Insurance Policy Voidable By The Insurer: SC [Read Judgment]

“The contractual duty so imposed is such that any suppression, untruth or inaccuracy in the statement in the proposal form will be considered as a breach of the duty of good faith and will render the policy voidable by the insurer.”

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