Master Policy definition

Master Policy means this document, any supplementary contracts or endorsements therein, whenever executed, any amendments thereto agreed to and signed by Us, the application form provided by You, the Schemes Rules, the quotation of the Company for the Scheme and the individual enrolment forms, if any, of the insured Members, which together constitute the entire contract between the parties.
Master Policy means a single worker’s compensation insurance policy issued by an insurer authorized to do business in this state to an employee leasing company in the name of the employee leasing company that covers more than one client of the employee leasing company.
Master Policy means the contract between the Company and the Master Policyholder to provide Life Cover to the insured member on receipt of due premiums.

Examples of Master Policy in a sentence

The Union shall be provided with a current copy of the Master Policy.

The Master Policy is a non-renewable one year term insurance policy.

No additional Certificates will be issued or further Applications accepted for the plan after the date the Master Policy is terminated.

This Certificate does not extend or change the coverage provided by the Master Policy.

The Terms of the Master Policy govern all available coverage and payments made or to be made.

More Definitions of Master Policy

Master Policy means the contract of insurance entered into between You and Us as evidenced by this Master Policy Document.
Master Policy means the "Master Policy" Declarations issued to the "Named Insured". The "Master Policy" provides the "Named Certificate Holders" no insurance separate and apart from the coverage evidenced by the "Certificate of Insurance".
Master Policy means or refers to the Master Policy to which this Rider document is annexed/ attached thereto;
Master Policy means the group Policy issued to the Insured containing the terms and conditions of the insurance coverage and under which Certificates of Insurance shall be issued to the Insured Beneficiary. The validity of the Master Policy shall be for a period of twelve months as mentioned in the Group Policy Schedule.
Master Policy means that certain group insurance policy, No. NA16SC01 issued to World Commercial Trust by Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, which is available upon request from Seven Corners.
Master Policy means the Master Policy effected by the Association for and on behalf of its members for their insurance against claims for professional negligence arising out of their practice as barristers;
Master Policy means this Master Policy wording and the Master Policy Schedule.