The value accrued at the time of surrender of the policy is called cash surrender value of the policy. Generally, before completion of three year period, no life policy can be surredered and hence question of cash surrender values does not arise.
What do you mean "Sell" the life insurance policy? Once it is back in force and you are the owner, you can cash it in at any time if there is in fact a cash value. I guess you would have to better define what you mean by selling it.
An insurance policy that pays a monetary benefit to the insured person's survivors after death.
If you mean to ask if you can get a life insurance policy on your new husband WHILE HE IS in the state of New York and you're not there, the answer is no. He has to sign the application. If you mean to ask if you can get a life insurance policy on your new husband AND BOTH OF YOU ARE IN NEW YORK, yes because he can sign the application. If you mean to ask if you can get a life insurance policy on your new husband WITHOUT HIS KNOWLEDGE, the answer is no because he has to sign the application.
You mean either covenant or caveat. Either way, you should contact the issuer of the policy.
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If you mean will the life insurance pay if the person dies of AIDS, I would guess yes, but check the policy to be sure.
When a life insurance policy matures, this means that it has reached the insured amount. For example, if someone were to take out a $25,000 life insurance policy and continue to pay the premiums, once the policy reached the $25,000 with the payments and dividends, it will have matured.
Do you mean as owner or as beneficiary? Either way, yes.
Some health insurance plans offer a AD&D Life Insurance Policy. That is why you would name a beneficiary for a health insurance company.
In the context of a life insurance policy, it stands for Certificate of Death. It is significant because the occurrence that traiggers the insurer's duty to pay is the death of the insured. The Certiificate of Death is the official documentation of death which will satisfy that requirement of the policy.
No, there is not. The amount of insurance, and who has it, is personal information and protected by law. There is a policy locator service database. For a fee, you can find out what applications for insurance were made. They point out that just because someone filed an application does not mean they were actually issued a policy.