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    The person whose life is covered under the insurance policy is called the Life Insured.

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    The policyholder is a person who enters into a contract of insurance with the insurance company and is liable to pay the periodical premiums.

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    Nomination is the right given to the policyholder through which he/she appoints an individual or a family member to receive the policy moneys in the event of unfortunate death of the policy holder.

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    A nominee is person who is nominated by the policyholder to receive the death benefit/sum insured at the event of unfortunate death of the policy holder. The nominee is legally entitled to receive the proceeds of life insurance policy, upon death of the life insured.

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    Any policyholder/ insured who is not a minor can nominate for his/her policy. However, one cant nominate for a policy in which the life insured is of another person.

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    You are expected to pay all the premiums before the due date. However, if you miss to make the payment then you get a grace period of 15 to 30 days (depending on policy), and if you still miss the grace period then the policy would lapse. You can revive the lapsed policy by following the revival procedure of the insured company, which differs from company to company.

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    Maturity date is the day when the insurance policy contract comes to an end and the policyholder/ insured becomes eligible to receive the survival benefits. Under a whole term policy, the policy protection term continuous even after the maturity date.

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    The premium payment options available to you are:

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    The sum insured for the vehicle is called “Insured’s Declared Value” and should reflect the current market value of the vehicle. Under Liability insurance, Third Party Liability insurance is covered. There is unlimited coverage to Third parties injury and Third party property damage is covered up to a sum of Rs 7,50,000.
     
    The Insured has the option to restrict coverage for Third Party Property damage to Rs 6,000 and this will result in a lower ”Liability Only” premium.
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