Fraud or material misrepresentation made by or with the knowledge of the named insured in obtaining the policy, continuing the policy or in presenting a claim under the policy.
Substantial increase in the risk of loss after insurance coverage has been issued or renewed, including but not limited to an increase in exposure due to rules, legislation or court decision.
Failure to comply with reasonable loss control recommendations.
Substantial breach of contractual duties, conditions or warranties.
Determination by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services that the continuation of a line of insurance or class of business to which the policy belongs will jeopardize a company’s solvency or will place the insurer in violation of the insurance laws of Oregon or any other state.
Loss or decrease in reinsurance covering the risk.
Any other reason approved by the director by rule.
Cancellation of a commercial liability policy shall not be effective until at least 10 working days after the insured receives a written notice of cancellation. The notice shall state the effective date of and the reason for cancellation and shall inform the insured of the hearing rights established by ORS 742.704 (Hearing).