Insurability Conditional Premium Receipt

Definition of "Insurability conditional premium receipt"

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Offer made by the insurance company to insure an applicant, provided the applicant is insurable according to the underwriting standards of the company, and the applicant accepts the offer by making the premium payment. If the applicant should die prior to the application and premium reaching the home office, and the applicant would have qualified for insured status according to the underwriting standards of the company, the death benefit would be paid to the applicant's beneficiary. Thus, the insurance policy applied for goes into effect upon the date of the conditional receipt if the applicant is later found to be insurable according to the underwriting standards of the company.

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