If a question is ambiguous and open to multiple interpretations and leads an applicant for insurance coverage to provide incorrect information, the ambiguity must be resolved as against the insurer: see Caverhill Estate v. Bank of Monreal,  N.B.J 434 (NBQB) at paras 23 and 36, aff’d [1995 no.165 N.B.C.A]
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