Policyholder definition

Policyholder means the adult person named in the Schedule who has concluded the Policy with the Company.
Policyholder means a person who controls a policy, binder, or oral contract by ownership, premium payment, or otherwise.
Policyholder means the person named in the Schedule on whom the contract under this Policy is executed and owns this Policy and, subject to the terms and conditions of this Policy, holds all the rights under the Policy.

Examples of Policyholder in a sentence

  • The Policyholder may cancel this Policy at any time by giving notice in writing to the Company.

  • In any event all notices which the Company shall require the Policyholder to give must be in writing and addressed to the Company.

  • Unless otherwise expressly provided for by Endorsement in the Policy, the Company shall be entitled to treat the Policyholder as the absolute owner of the Policy.

  • The Company will refund the pro-rated premium to the Policyholder for the unexpired Period of Insurance, provided no claims have been made under the Policy and subject to a minimum premium of RM75.

  • The Policyholder shall keep a record of the Insured Persons and dependants containing for each Insured Person the essential particulars of the insurance.

More Definitions of Policyholder

Policyholder means the entity or person named as such in the Schedule.
Policyholder means the entity shown as the Policyholder in the Schedule of Benefits.
Policyholder means a person who:
Policyholder means any person who:
Policyholder. – means the organization named in the declarations page.
Policyholder means the primary insured named in a nongroup insurance policy.
Policyholder means the person(s) or the entity named in the Policy Schedule who executed the Policy Schedule and is (are) responsible for payment of premium (s).