Flitcraft Life Insurance Manual, Volume 10

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A. J. Flitcraft, 1897

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Page 150 - Policy, or by or to any other person, shall be binding on the Company or In any manner affect Its rights, unless such statements, promises or Information be reduced to writing and presented to the officers of the Company at the Home Office, In this application; 3.
Page 146 - Subject to the approval of the company, the insured may, at any time during the continuance of this policy, provided the policy is not then assigned, change the beneficiary or beneficiaries by written notice to the company at its home office, accompanied by the policy, such change to take effect on the endorsement of the same on the policy by the company.
Page 249 - If the said premiums shall not be paid on or before the days mentioned for the payment thereof, at the office of the company, in the city of New York, (unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing...
Page 256 - in all suits upon policies of insurance on life hereafter issued by any company doing business in this State, to a citizen of this State, it shall be no defense that the insured committed suicide, unless it shall be shown to the satisfaction of the court or jury trying the cause, that the insured contemplated suicide at the time he made his application for the policy, and any stipulation in the policy to the...
Page 143 - York, but will be accepted elsewhere, when duly made in exchange for the company's receipt, signed by the president or secretary. Notice that each and every such payment is due at the date named in the policy is...
Page 194 - No agent has power in behalf of the company to make or modify this or any other contract of insurance, to extend the time for paying a premium, to waive any forfeiture, or to bind the company by making any promise, or making or receiving any representation or information.
Page 95 - No agent has power, in behalf of the company, to make or modify this or any contract of insurance, to extend the time for paying a premium, to waive any forfeiture, or to bind the company by making any promise, or making or receiving any representation or information. These powers can be exercised only by the president, vice president, second vice president, actuary, or secretary, and will not be delegated.
Page 29 - ... according to such principles and methods as may from time to time be adopted by this society for such distribution; which principles and methods are hereby ratified and accepted by and for every person who shall have or claim any interest under this contract; but the society may at any time before a forfeiture, upon...
Page 59 - ... promises or information made or given by or to the person soliciting or taking this application for a policy, or...
Page 193 - Premiums are payable at the home office of the company, but may be paid...

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