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Misrepresentation is a false or misleading statement that, if intentional and material, can allow the insurer to void the insurance contract.

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Some insurance policies and state laws that govern insurance contract provisions vary on the exact details of the conditions under which coverage may be voided; these variations are usually denoted in state amendatory endorsements.

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