overencourage

overencourage

(ˌəʊvərɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ)
vb (tr)
to encourage too much
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Incoherence from the courts has the potential to create an unpredictability that will underdeter frivolous claims and overencourage motions to dismiss.
Cost of Cost of disclosure to disclosure to insurer = insurer < Social cost Social cost Benefit of Cell A Cell D disclosure to insurer > Overencourages Overencourages Social benefit Disclosure Disclosure Benefit of Cell B Cell E disclosure to insurer < Underencourages Ambiguous Social benefit Disclosure Result Benefit of Cell C Cell F disclosure to insurer = Correct Amount of Overencourages Social benefit Disclosure Disclosure As this matrix suggests, in most instances the reasonable expectations rule will not efficiently encourage the disclosure of potentially surprising coverage restrictions.