In full force definition

In full force as applied to this Rider means it has not yet terminated.
In full force as applied to this Rider means that: (a) it has not terminated; and (b) the insurance shown on page 3 of the policy with respect to each living Covered Child is being continued while the Insured is living.
In full force as applied to this Provision means that: (a) the insurance shown on page 3 of the policy with respect to each living Covered Child is being continued while the Insured is living; and (b) that no unpaid premium for the policy and this Provision is more than 31 days overdue.

Examples of In full force in a sentence

If the Principal shall pay the District the difference between the amount specified in said bid and the amount for which the District may procure the required work and/or supplies, if the latter amount be in excess of the former, together with all costs incurred by the District in again calling for bids, then the above obligation shall be void and of no effect, otherwise to remain In full force and virtue.

Except as expressly modified herein, the Agreement and the Fee Schedule shall continue to be and shall remain, In full force and effect and the valid and binding obligation of the parties thereto in accordance with its terms.

Except as expressly modified herein, the Agreement shall continue to be and shall remain, In full force and effect and the valid and binding obligation of the parties thereto in accordance with its terms.

In the event that any provision or part of this Agreement shall be deemed void or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions or parts shall be and remain In full force and effect.

In full force and effect, a Worker’s Compensation Insurance as shown by a Certificate of Worker’s Compensation Insurance issued by an admitted insurer.


More Definitions of In full force

In full force as applied to this Rider, means it has not lapsed or been terminated.
In full force means that the policy has not lapsed in accordance with Section 7.
In full force. , means that the insurance under the Policy is being - continued for the greater of the Guaranteed Death Benefit and the Current Death Benefit, and that no unpaid premium is more than 61 days overdue.
In full force as applied to this Provision means it has not terminated.
In full force means that the Policy has not been surrendered or lapsed.
In full force means that the Policy has not been surrendered or lapsed. -
In full force means that the insurance under the policy is being continued for the greater of the Initial Sum Insured and the Variable Sum Insured and that no unpaid premium is more than 31 days overdue.