Chapter 3 (Part 2)

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When does a Guaranteed Insurability Rider allow the insured to buy additional coverage?

at future dates specified in the contract with no evidence of insurability required

S would like to use dividends from her life insurance policy to purchase paid-up additions. All of these would be factors that determine how much coverage can be purchased EXCEPT

beneficiary’s age

When an insurer issues a policy that refuses to cover certain risks, this is referred to as a(n)


What provision in a life insurance policy states that the application is considered part of the contract?

Entire Contract provision

Which of the following provisions guarantees that premiums will be waived if a Juvenile Life policyowner becomes disabled?

Payor clause

Which of these is NOT considered to be a right given to a policyowner?

Modify a provision in the insurance contract

How do life insurance companies handle cases where the insured commits suicide within the contract’s stated Contestable period?

Claims are denied under the Suicide clause of the policy

M had an annual life insurance premium payment due January 1. She died January 10 without making the premium payment. What action will the insurer take?

Pay face amount minus the past due premium

In a Life insurance contract, an insurance company’s promise to pay stated benefits is called the

Insuring clause

What does the ownership clause in a life insurance policy state?

Who the policyowner is and what rights the policyowner is entitled to

The automatic premium loan provision is designed to

avoid a policy lapse

S buys a $50,000 whole life policy with a $50,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment rider. S dies 1 year later of natural causes. How much will the insurer pay the beneficiary?


An insured is past due on his life insurance premium, but is still within the Grace Period. What will the beneficiary receive if the insured dies during this Grace Period?

Full face amount minus any past due premiums

A provision in a life insurance policy that pays the policyowner an amount that does not surpass the guaranteed cash value is called the

Policy Loan provision

The Consideration clause in a life insurance contract contains what pertinent information?

Amount of premium payments and when they are due

The incontestable clause allows an insurer to

contest a claim during the contestable period

All of these statements about the Waiver of Premium provision are correct EXCEPT

Insured must be eligible for Social Security disability for claim to be accepted

Which of the following statements is CORRECT about accelerated death benefits?

Must have a terminal illness to qualify

Which statement regarding the Misstatement of Age provision is considered to be true?

Coverage will be adjusted to reflect the insured’s true age if a misstatement of age is discovered

S has a Whole Life policy with a premium payment due soon. Which provision would keep the policy in force if S does not make the required payment and the policy has adequate cash value from which the premium payment can be made?

Automatic Policy Loan

Which of these life insurance riders allows the applicant to have excess coverage?

Term rider

P purchases a $50,000 term life insurance policy in 2005. One of the questions on the application ask if P engages in scuba diving, to which P answers "No". The policy is then issued with no scuba exclusions. In 2010, P takes up scuba diving and dies in a scuba-related accident in 2011. What will the insurer pay to P’s beneficiary?

$50,000 minus any outstanding policy loans

Which of these statements about a Guaranteed Insurability Option rider is NOT TRUE?

Evidence of insurability is required when the option is exercised

D is the policyowner and insured for a $50,000 life insurance policy. The beneficiary is D’s wife. D and his wife divorce and D remarries, transferring ownership of his policy to his new wife. If D dies without making any further changes, to whom will the policy proceeds be paid to?


Which of these are NOT an example of a Nonforfeiture option?

Life Income

P is the insured on a participating life policy. Which statement is true if P’s premiums are waived due to a disability?

P will still receive declared dividends

N is covered by a Term Life policy and does not make the required premium payment which was due August 1. N dies September 15. What action will the insurer take?

Claim will be denied

Which of these Nonforfeiture Options continue a build-up of cash value?

Reduced Paid-Up

What action will an insurer take if an interest payment on a policy loan is not made on time?

automatically add the amount of interest due to the loan balance

What is the Suicide provision designed to do?

safeguard the insurer from an applicant who is contemplating suicide

The provision that can be used to put an insurance policy back in force after it has lapsed due to nonpayment is called


T took out a $50,000 life insurance policy with an Accidental Death and Dismemberment rider. Five years later, T commits suicide. How much will the insurer pay?

50, 000 (The suicide occurred after the Suicide Provision which is typically 1-2 years)

N is a student pilot with a large life insurance policy. Which of these features would limit the insurer’s obligation in the event N was killed while flying as a student pilot?


How are surrender charges deducted in a life policy with a rear-end loaded provision?

Deducted when the policy is discontinued

The option that provides an additional death benefit for a limited amount of time at the lowest possible cost is called a(n)

An Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) rider

P died five years after purchasing a life policy. While investigating the claim, the insurer discovered material misrepresentations made by P during the application process. Which of these actions will the insurer take?

Beneficiary will be paid the Death Benefit

Which of these types of policies may NOT have the Automatic Premium Loan provision attached to it?

Decreasing term

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