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Ramona sells her bar, Ramona’s Tavern, to Izabella. Three weeks later, Ramona’s Tavern burns to the ground. Ramona realizes that she forgot to cancel the insurance on the bar, so she files an insurance claim. The insurance company investigates the fire and determines that it was an accident, so the claim is proper. As the insurance company is processing the

Ramona sells her bar, Ramona’s Tavern, to Izabella. Three weeks later, Ramona’s Tavern burns to the ground. Ramona realizes that she forgot to cancel the insurance on the bar, so she files an insurance claim. The insurance company investigates the fire and determines that it was an accident, so the claim is proper. As the insurance company is processing the check, however, they discover that Ramona no longer owns the bar. The insurance company: 


A. has to pay Ramona’s claim because it would violate public policy not to pay it. 


B. does not have to pay Ramona’s claim because Ramona committed fraud on the insurance company. 


C. does not have to pay Ramona’s claim, because, at the time of the fire, Ramona had no insurable interest in the bar. 


D. has to pay Ramona’s claim if Ramona made all the premium payments as they came due. follow USA law .
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