Death of Sample Clauses

Death of. Owner If you die prior to the Payout Start Date, the new Owner will be the surviving Owner. If there is no surviving Owner, the new Owner will be the Beneficiary(ies) as described in the Beneficiary provision. If there is more than one new Owner taking a share of the Death Proceeds, described in the Death Proceeds provision, each new Owner will be treated as a separate and independent Owner of his or her respective share of the Death Proceeds. Each new Owner will exercise all rights related to his or her share of the Death Proceeds, including the sole right to elect one of the Option(s) below, subject to any restrictions previously placed upon the new Owner. Each new Owner may designate a Beneficiary(ies) for his or her respective share, but that designated Beneficiary(ies) will be restricted to the Option chosen by the original new Owner. If any new Owner is a non-living person, all new Owners will be considered to be non-living persons for purposes of this provision. The Options available to the new Owner will be determined by the applicable following Category in which the new Owner is defined. If the new Owner took ownership of the Contract as the Beneficiary, the new Owner's Options will be subject to any restrictions previously placed upon the Beneficiary. An Option will be deemed to have been chosen on the day we receive written notification in a form satisfactory to us.
Death of a member of the employee's immediate family when additional leave is required beyond that provided in District Policy 4630. According to Education Code 88194, immediate family is defined as mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or grandchild of the employee or of the spouse of the employee, and the spouse, son, son-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, brother or sister of the employee, or any relative living in the immediate household of the employee. For purposes of Personal Necessity Leave and Bereavement Leave only, the term "spouse" shall be defined to include an unmarried life partner previously declared to the Human Resources Office.
Death of a member of an employee’s immediate family will result in the employee receiving two (2) days of funeral leave. These days will take precedence over any previously scheduled time off and will be applied to the regularly scheduled duty day closest to the actual day of the funeral. The following relatives will be considered immediate family: husband, wife, child, stepchild, parent, stepparent, sister, brother, stepsister, stepbrother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, grandparent of the employee, grandchild of the employee.
Death of. OWNER If any Owner dies before the Annuity Purchase Date, PRIOR TO THE ANNUITY or if the Annuitant dies while annuity payments are PURCHASE DATE being made under the Payments Based on a Number of Years annuity option, we will pay a death benefit to the: - surviving Owner or joint Owner; or if none, then - surviving primary Beneficiary(ies); or if none, then - surviving contingent Beneficiary(ies); or if none, then - the estate of the last Owner to die.
Death of a member of the employee’s immediate family when additional leave is required beyond that provided both in article 13.9 and as a right by the Governing Board.
Death of. Certificate Holder/Annuitant age 85 or greater: The death benefit is the greatest of:
Death of the Executive Subsequent to the Executive Attaining Age Sixty-seven (67). No benefits shall be payable under this Agreement if the Executive dies after attaining age sixty-seven (67).