A life insurance policy shall contain a provision that if in the event of a default in premium payments the value of the policy has been applied to provide a paid-up nonforfeiture benefit, and if this benefit is currently in force and the original policy has not been surrendered to the insurer and canceled, and if a period of not more than three years has elapsed since the default (or two years in the case of an industrial life insurance policy), the policy may be reinstated upon furnishing evidence of insurability satisfactory to the insurer and payment of arrears of premiums and payment or reinstatement of any other indebtedness to the insurer under the policy, with interest at a rate not exceeding the maximum permitted by the policy loan provision. [1967 c.359 §385; 1981 c.412 §21]
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