If the insurance company has evidence of fraud, it can ask a court to unilaterally terminate a contract. For example, in 1926, an insurance industry spokesman stated that a bakery had to take out a separate policy for each of the following risks: production companies, elevators, teamster, product liability, contractual liability (for a secondary track connecting the bakery to a nearby railway), operating liability (for a retail business), and owner protection liability (for negligence of contractors responsible for modify buildings).  On the other hand, for the payment of coverage in case of seismic damage, if the buildings located in the prefectures of Iwate and Fukushima were damaged by the same earthquake, the insurance company must simultaneously make the payment of both buildings. . . .