Presentation of risk
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Whilst the information that we require to consider a risk will vary depending on the specific circumstances that apply, we will generally need:
- The property address
- A description of the transaction
- The name of the proposed insured
- A description of the risk
- Official copy entries of title for the property
- Details of any proposed development and change of use.
- A limit of indemnity and what this represents
- Where development or change of use cover is proposed, we will also need:
- Details of the scheme
- Copy of the planning permission (if this is available)
In order to be compliant with the terms of the Insurance Act 2015 you must provide a fair presentation of the risk which should:
- Be in a manner that is clear and accessible,
- Disclose all material circumstances which are known or ought to be known by conducting a reasonable search of information available,
- Include sufficient information to put us on notice that we need to make further enquiries in order to reveal any material circumstances.
Obtaining a quotation
When obtaining a quotation, you and all parties in the transaction must take care to ensure that all information and representations that you make to us are correct and that you answer all questions fully and accurately and that you do not make any misrepresentations to us.
You should ensure that facts presented are substantially correct and made in good faith. If you are unsure whether a matter is material, it should be disclosed.