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Life Insurance Policy Will Be Null and Void If the Insured Failed To Declare Information About His Health

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In a judgment delivered by the Abu Dhabi Supreme Court of Cassation, in an action filed by the heirs of a deceased who was insured with a life insurance company, it was held that as the insured had failed to declare to the insurance company that he suffered from diabetes and high blood pressure (which was considered to be vital information which was withheld with bad faith), the insurance policy was null and void.


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