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Misrating

The premium charged is incorrect because one or more of the rating characteristics used to determine the applicable premium rate for an application or renewal is discovered to be incorrect or was previously correct, but has changed. For example, a misrating will be considered to have occurred when the premium rate charged is incorrect because:

1. The policy was issued on the incorrect form of the Standard Flood Insurance Policy;
2. The policyholder's loss history makes the property ineligible for coverage at that rate;
3. The building has been physically altered (e.g., addition of an enclosure);
4. The use or occupancy of the building changed (e.g., the building is no longer utilized as a primary residence or a single family building was converted to a non-residential business building);
5. The building was reclassified as a severe repetitive loss building or a cumulative damage building;
6. The building was substantially damaged or improved;
7. The wrong flood zone or Base Flood Elevation was utilized to determine the premium rates;
8. The presence or absence of certain structural characteristics used in determining premium rates (e.g., basement, enclosures, or crawlspaces) is incorrectly indicated on the policy record;
9. The building replacement cost used to determine the premium rate is incorrect;
10. The building construction date is incorrectly indicated on the policy record; or
11. The community in which the property covered by the policy is shown to be located on the policy record is incorrect.