Common Disaster Clause,
What is Common Disaster Clause?
In life insurance, the purpose of this clause is to eliminate the difficulties that the insurer and his heirs lose at the same time or for a short period of time. Generally, this clause states that if the primary beneficiary company provides proof of death of the insured before, or within a certain period of time (usually 14 or 30 days after the death of the insured) If he dies, his benefits will be paid. . To the recipient of the subsidiary.
Literal Meanings of Common Disaster Clause
Meanings of Common:
Ordinary, found or ordinary.
(Latin and some other languages) o Indicates the gender of a noun which is traditionally considered masculine or feminine as opposed to neutral.
A form of service (in the Christian Church) used for all occasions.
Synonyms of Common
ungentlemanly, familiar, ill-bred, uncivilized, vulgar, day-to-day, unrefined, usual, daily, general, regular, unladylike, oafish, ill-mannered, typical, gross, frequent, popular, ordinary, uncouth, rough, brutish, customary, everyday, impolite, routine, repeated, habitual, rude, philistine
Meanings of Disaster:
Sudden events, such as accidents or natural disasters, that cause serious injury or death.
Sentences of Disaster
The disaster killed 159 people
Synonyms of Disaster
cataclysm, catastrophe, calamity, tragedy, act of God, holocaust
Meanings of Clause:
The unit of grammatical organization is directly under continuous sentences and in traditional grammar, which consists of an article and a prediction.
Articles, terms or reservations are specific and vary in agreement, law or contract.
Sentences of Clause
From the above sentence, both clauses were added to the sequence without any assembly.
Contracts usually choose the terms of the law that define the applicable law.
Synonyms of Clause
construction, point, article, heading, item, subsection, term, group of words, idiomatic expression, clause, phrasal verb, phrasal idiom, expression, section, set phrase, idiom, locution, passage, note, turn of phrase, paragraph, word group, wording, part