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Yes, there could be because that is fraud to represent yourself as someone you are not, especially someone that is no longer living. At this time, the vehicles are property of the probate estate, and so the estate (through the court appointed executor) need to be the named insured on the policies. There could be an issue regarding payment of any claims if an insured risk occurs but the executor hasn't notified the insurance company of death and changed the policies to the estate name.
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