What Does Insurable Interest Mean on a Life Insurance Policy?

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What Does Insurable Interest Mean on a Life Insurance Policy?

People often have many questions about life insurance policies because of how intricate and complex these policies and contract can be. One of the most popular questions that many people have when it comes to life insurance is what insurable interest means or refers to within the terms and context of a life insurance policy. Insurable interest refers to those who are potential beneficiaries with a vested interested in the life, rather than the death, of the person for whom the life insurance policy has been filed. The individual(s) defined as insurable interest in these cases are those who will suffer, either emotionally, mentally, financially or otherwise, should the person who is applying for whom the policy is applied die. The reason this provision was put into place was so random people cannot purchase life insurance policies for strangers and collect the life insurance payout when the person passes on in death. Insurance companies would not be able to stay in business very long if they were constantly paying out multiple life insurance policies on a single person, especially if those insured were...

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