When insurer’s liability accrues
- • nonforfeiture provisions
The liability of an insurer with respect to the motor vehicle liability insurance policy required by ORS 806.060 (Methods of compliance), 806.240 (Proof of compliance with future responsibility filing requirement) or 806.270 (Certificate of insurance) shall become absolute whenever injury or damage covered by the policy occurs. The policy may not be canceled or annulled as to such liability by any agreement between the insurer and the insured after the occurrence of the injury or damage. No statement made by the insured or on behalf of the insured and in violation of the policy shall defeat or void the policy. This section does not apply to motor vehicle liability insurance policies other than those required in connection with ORS 806.060 (Methods of compliance), 806.240 (Proof of compliance with future responsibility filing requirement) or 806.270 (Certificate of insurance). [Formerly 486.551 and then 743.779]
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