(1) A life insurance policy shall contain a provision that after three full years’ premiums have been paid and after the policy has a cash surrender value and while no premium is in default beyond the grace period for payment, the insurer will advance, on proper assignment or pledge of the policy and on the sole security thereof, an amount equal to or, at the option of the party entitled thereto, less than the loan value of the policy, at a rate of interest not exceeding the maximum rate permitted by the policy loan provision. The interest rate provision shall comply with ORS 743.187 (Maximum interest rate on policy loan). The loan value of the policy shall be equal to the cash surrender value at the end of the then current policy year, less any existing indebtedness not already deducted in determining such cash surrender value including any interest then accrued but not due, any unpaid balance of the premium for the current policy year, and interest on the loan to the end of the current policy year. The policy may also provide that:
(a) Interest on any indebtedness that is 90 or more days past due shall be added to the existing indebtedness and shall bear interest at the rate applicable to the existing indebtedness; and
(b) Except as provided in ORS 743.187 (Maximum interest rate on policy loan), if the total indebtedness on the policy, including interest due or accrued, equals or exceeds the amount of the loan value of the policy, the policy shall terminate and become void upon 30 days’ notice by the insurer mailed to the last-known address of the insured or other policy owner and of any assignee of record at the home office of the insurer.
(2) The policy shall reserve to the insurer the right to defer the granting of a loan, other than for the payment of any premium to the insurer, for six months after application therefor.
(3) The policy, at the insurer’s option, may provide for automatic premium loan.
(4) This section does not apply to term insurance policies or term insurance benefits provided by rider or supplemental policy provisions, or to industrial life insurance policies. [1967 c.359 §384; 1975 c.575 §1; 1981 c.412 §18; 2001 c.318 §12]
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