The Spectator Handy Guide to Standard and Special Life Insurance Contracts, Non-Forfeiture Values, Useful to the Life Underwriter Volume 9

The Spectator Handy Guide to Standard and Special Life Insurance Contracts, Non-Forfeiture Values, Useful to the Life Underwriter Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ... due, and if not then living, to the executors, administrators, or assigns of the insured. ' " And the bond will further provide, that if the beneficiarybe alive at the maturity of the last one of the said twenty instalments, the-company will thereafter continue to pay to the above named bene_ficia_ry_ the said_ sum ot'$5o0.oo on each subse uent anniversary of the date of the bond during the remaining %ifeti, 'n_1e___of the said beneficiary. ' _. But if theinsured be living on said date in 1919, ' fifst nientiofled I.'above, and this policy is their in forceunder its original conditions; jand payablelin twentyyequalaunual iustalniexits as above described to the insured, or his 'executors, administrators' or assigns, which bond shall also provide that if 1the insnredishall' be alive at the maturity of the last one o 'th'e' said twenty instalments, that the company will thereafter continue to pay to the said insured the said sum 'of $500.00 on each subsequent anlniversary of the date of the bond during the remaining lifetime of tIie'insuret_1. ' This policy is issued.-and-aec'epted subject 'to theconditions and-agreements indorsed hereon and of the statements and agreements, made in the application for this policy all 'of which are hereby 'made a part-of this contract, -and in furthericonsiderationi of the annual premium of four hundred and-forty'-'three dollars and fifty cents, payable on or before the' Ycwentyifourth day-offfune in every year during the continuance of-this olicy. But the 'company, upon the written request of the insure, ' will reduce the premiums thereafter to become due to four hundred and twelve dollars and thirty cents...show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236761359
  • 9781236761354