Eligible livestock price insurance contract definition

Eligible livestock price insurance contract means an insurance contract with an eligible producer: (1) covering a livestock commodity authorized to be insured under the Act and approved for sale by FCIC; (2) with terms and conditions in effect as of the applicable contract change date; (3) that is sold and serviced in accordance with the Act, FCIC regulations, FCIC procedures, and this Agreement; and (4) that has a sales closing date within the reinsurance year.

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  • Insurance Contract means a contract (other than an Annuity Contract) under which the issuer agrees to pay an amount upon the occurrence of a specified contingency involving mortality, morbidity, accident, liability, or property risk.

  • Life insurance producer means any person licensed in this state as a resident or nonresident insurance producer who has received qualification or authority for life insurance coverage or a life line of coverage pursuant to chapter 522B.

  • Insurance Contracts means the insurance or annuity policies and contracts, together with all binders, slips, certificates, endorsements and riders thereto, issued or entered into by any Insurance Company prior to the Closing.

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  • Insurance producer means a person required to be licensed under the laws of this state to sell, solicit or negotiate insurance, including annuities.

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  • variable insurance contract means a contract of life insurance under which the interest of the purchaser is valued for purposes of conversion or surrender by reference to the value of a proportionate interest in a specified portfolio of assets.

  • Group long-term care insurance means a long-term care insurance policy which is delivered or issued for delivery in this State and issued to:

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  • FHA Mortgage Insurance Contract means the contractual obligation of the FHA respecting the insurance of a Mortgage Loan.

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  • Long-term care facility means a nursing home, retirement care, mental care, or other facility or institution that provides extended health care to resident patients.

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