7 Ohio St. U.L.J. 383 (1941)
When the time comes to make good on a life insurance policy, must the insurer bestir itself to ascertain whether there be outstanding interests, presently unknown to it, which, if asserted, it would ignore at its peril; or may it safely make payment without delay to the person entitled thereto according to its own records?
Liability of a Life Insurance Company, After Settlement, in Respect of Claims Previously Undisclosed,
7 Ohio St. U.L.J. 383 (1941).
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