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Guidelines on COVID Standard Health Policy-26/06/2020

Valid till 31st March, 2021


Ref. No: IRDAI/HLT/REG/CIR/163/06/2020


All General and Health Insurers (except ECGC & AIC)

Guidelines on Covid Standard Health Policy… 2,164 more words


The grant of insurance proceeds will not necessarily bar the grant of retirement benefits.

An employee who has already qualified for optional retirement but dies before the option to retire could be exercised is entitled to his or her optional retirement benefits, which may be claimed by the qualified employee’s beneficiaries on his or her behalf. 1,999 more words


Sarbati Devi and anr Vs Smt. Usha Devi-06/12/1983

Nomination-a mere nomination made under Section 39 of the Act does not have the effect of conferring on the nominee any beneficial interest in the amount payable under the life insurance policy on the death of the assured. 4,435 more words

Supreme Court Judgments

Vishin N. Khanchandani and Anr Vs Vidya Lachmandas Khanchandani and Anr-16/08/2000.

Non-obstante clause-There is no doubt that by non obstante clause the Legislature devices means which are usually applied to give overriding effect to certain provisions over some contrary provisions that may be found either in the same enactment or some other statute. 4,736 more words

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Can a Lessor Become a Beneficiary of a Fire Insurance Policy Taken by a Lessee Over His Merchandise?

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