Waiting Period definition

Waiting Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.
Waiting Period means, with respect to a group health plan or health insurance coverage provided
Waiting Period means the period of time that You must be Actively at Work as an Employee for Your coverage to become effective. Your Waiting Period is specified in the “Schedule of Benefits”.

Examples of Waiting Period in a sentence

  • If you were insured under the Prior Plan on the day before the effective date of your Employer's coverage under the Group Policy, your Eligibility Waiting Period is waived on the effective date of your Employer's coverage under the Group Policy.

  • Waiting Period means the period of time that you must be Actively at Work as an Employee before your coverage may become effective.

  • If your Life Insurance ends because you cease to be a Member, and if you become a Member again within 90 days, the Eligibility Waiting Period will be waived.

  • Waiting Period is defined in Section II and the “Schedule of Benefits”.

  • If you die during the Waiting Period and are otherwise eligible for Waiver Of Premium, the Waiting Period will be waived.


More Definitions of Waiting Period

Waiting Period means the period of time between the issuance of a receipt by the regulator for a preliminary prospectus and the issuance of a receipt by the regulator for a final prospectus.
Waiting Period means a period during which a member must hold continuous membership under a particular product before the member has entitlement to receive a benefit at the level payable on the product.
Waiting Period for a health benefit plan means the period that must pass before coverage for an individual, who is otherwise eligible to enroll under the terms of the health benefit plan, can become effective.
Waiting Period. Means the period specified on the DECLARATIONS PAGE. However, if you have purchased this CONTRACT while another service contract or manufacturer warranty is in force for the VEHICLE that names YOU as the holder then the WAITING PERIOD may be shortened and will end upon expiration of said contract or warranty by time or miles if such expiration occurs before the WAITING PERIOD stipulated on the DECLARATIONS PAGE of YOUR CONTRACT. Thirty (30) days and one-thousand (1000) miles will be added to the term of the CONTRACT.
Waiting Period means a period during which a Policyholder is not entitled to policy benefits.
Waiting Period means a period from the inception of this Policy during which Covid is not covered.
Waiting Period means, with respect to group health insurance coverage and an eligible employee or a dependent who is potentially eligible for coverage under the plan, the period that must pass with respect to the individual before the individual is eligible to be covered for benefits under the terms of the plan.