Policyholders, not the insurer, decide where to direct investments within a tax-protected life insurance policy
Once a family chooses us, they also are choosing to accept our policies, including the make-up policy
American lobbies are, more importantly, significantly superior to voter behavior and opinion polls in their impact on foreign policy
Looking at the current monetary policy
situation in Japan in the light of this thinking, one cannot help but feel frightened by the fact that the exit from the monetary policy
measures necessitated by the darkest economic situation in the past years cannot yet be found, and no margin of maneuver is left for policy
action in case of an unforeseen crisis.
Such consent is persuasive, "further vindicat[ing] the public policy
designed to prevent wagering contracts on which the insurable interest rule is grounded" (Dou, Chem.
On retirement of a key employee, the company may offer to transfer ownership of the key-person policy
to the retiree.
A life settlement turns insurance assets into cash, giving the original policyholder an amount greater than the cash surrender value in exchange for ownership of the policy
An example of this type of policy
involves recently sick individuals who apply for small face amounts of coverage and who are willing to answer application questions incompletely.
1967--Release of Record of Policy
Actions after Ninety Days
My queer analysis of social welfare involves examining how sexuality and gender can be rethought and reorganized in economic and social policy
frameworks, theories and practices.
Your organization may already have a communication policy
, albeit unstated, as seen in your overall behavior and attitude toward your constituencies.
The proposed policy
was drawn up by a 15-member committee consisting of staff, community members, parents and students.