oa Fundamina : A Journal of Legal History - Murder for insurance : policy pays out "life"
Extracted from text ... The practice of concluding life insurance, either on one's own life or that of another, is nothing new. Life insurance contracts are concluded on a daily basis between insurers and insured. Various forms of life insurance contracts exist, some providing for payment on death whereas others provide for payment if a person lives until a certain date. In this article, I shall focus on the first type, which is usually referred to as a whole-life insurance contract.
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