People named in binding authorities can be liable
CAN personal duty be owed to an insurer by an individual named as having a binding authority in a coverholder agreement? Can that individual be guilty of fraud where the policies were deliberately issued by others outside authority, even where the individual did not personally profit and indeed raised questions which were answered, albeit implausibly so?
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