TITLE 27
Insurance

CHAPTER 27-4.3
The Standard Nonforfeiture Law for Life Insurance

SECTION 27-4.3-9


§ 27-4.3-9 Exceptions.

(a) This chapter shall not apply to any of the following:

(1) Reinsurance;

(2) Group insurance;

(3) Pure endowment;

(4) Annuity or reversionary annuity contract;

(5) Term policy of uniform amount, which provides no guaranteed nonforfeiture or endowment benefits, or renewal of the policy, of twenty (20) years or less expiring before age seventy-one (71), for which uniform premiums are payable during the entire term of the policy;

(6) Term policy of decreasing amount, which provides no guaranteed nonforfeiture or endowment benefits, on which each adjusted premium, calculated as specified in § 27-4.3-5, is less than the adjusted premium calculated, on a term policy of uniform amount, or renewal of it, which provides no guaranteed nonforfeiture or endowment benefits, issued at the same age and for the same initial amount of insurance and for a term of twenty (20) years or less expiring before age seventy-one (71), for which uniform premiums are payable during the entire term of the policy;

(7) A policy, which provides no guaranteed nonforfeiture or endowment benefits, for which no cash surrender value, if any, or present value of any paid up nonforfeiture benefit, at the beginning of any policy year, calculated as specified in §§ 27-4.3-3 – 27-4.3-5, exceeds two and one-half percent (2.5%) of the amount of insurance at the beginning of the same policy year; nor

(8) A policy which shall be delivered outside this state through an insurance producer or other representative of the insurance company issuing the policy.

(b) For the purposes of determining the applicability of this chapter, the age at expiry for a joint term life insurance policy shall be the age at expiry of the oldest life.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1993, ch. 180, § 1.)