“Variable life insurance”
- • “variable annuity”
“Variable life insurance”; “variable annuity.” “Variable life insurance” and “variable annuity” mean those forms of life insurance or annuity benefits, respectively, which vary according to the investment experience of a separate account or accounts maintained by the insurer with respect to policies providing such benefits. For convenience, reference to “variable life insurance” in the Insurance Code includes variable life insurance and variable annuities as defined in this section, except if the inclusion of variable annuities obviously is inapplicable or if the context requires, or the Insurance Code provides, otherwise. [1973 c.435 §2]
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