policy-holder


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policy-holder

[ˈpɒlɪsɪˌhəʊldəʳ] N (Insurance) → asegurado/a m/f
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Mostly, a lapsed policy can only be revived by payment of due premiums along with applicable interest and "declaration of good health" by the policy-holder.
Vontu Prevent Helps Insurers Guard Policy-Holder Data and Comply With Regulations
Kean Seager of the Equitable Policy-Holder Action Group said: "It shows yet again that Equitable consistently put themselves before customers.
Owned by not-for-profit hospitals, Premier operates the nation's largest healthcare purchasing network, the most comprehensive repository of hospital clinical and financial information and one of the largest policy-holder owned, hospital professional liability risk-retention groups in healthcare.
The decision was taken by the governments of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), led by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), to assist policy-holders who suffered as a consequence of BAICO's collapse.
The regulator is planning to issue a notice to LIC asking it to desist from allowing policy-holders to nominate those who are not their close relatives as beneficiaries of life policy claims.
42% of all policy-holders have a drink-driving conviction on their insurance policy and 22.
Policy-holders got pounds 1,700 worth of free shares when the insurance giant joined the stock market in the summer.
31, by which policy-holders would have to submit claims and proof of loss information to their insurers.
The European Parliament is planning to investigate the Equitable Life scandal, which left a million policy-holders facing heavy losses.
8 per cent of endowment policy-holders had complained and it had upheld 2.
The casualty insurance policy-holders protection entity said it calculated the sum in view of the need to protect policyholders on the basis of its evaluation of assets at Taisei Fire.

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