by Peter Kochenburger
The underwriter is not liable to indemnify the assured for losses by the perils insured against directly incurred through the fraud or gross misconduct of the assured. A contract for indemnity in such case would be absurd and, so far as it related to a voluntary and intended loss, void at law.”
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