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CGL Coverage and Undeclared Premises

The named insured is a corporation. The sole stockholder personally owns a piece of land on which the corporation parks its vehicles. A pedestrian tripped on the premises and is suing the insured corporation. The location of this land was not specifically scheduled as a location on the policy. The insurer of seven years is denying the claim on the basis of misrepresentation, that the insured didn't declare the location. Is this correct?

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