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Good News for policyholders! LIC offers opportunity to revive lapsed policies | Check details

LIC offers concessions in late fee for other than term assurance and high risk plans, depending on the total premiums paid.

India TV Business Desk Edited by: India TV Business Desk New Delhi Published on: February 05, 2022 14:50 IST
Good News for policyholders! LIC offers opportunity to
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Good News for policyholders! LIC offers opportunity to revive lapsed policies | Check details 

IPO-bound Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has launched a campaign for revival of individual lapsed policies. Policies, which are in a lapsed condition during the premium paying term and not completed policy term, are eligible to be revived in this campaign, which will begin from February 7 and on March 25, 2022, a press release said on Saturday.

"While the current Covid-19 pandemic scenario has emphasised the need for mortality protection, this campaign is a good opportunity for LIC's policyholders to revive their policies, restore life cover and ensure financial security for their family," the state-run insurer said in the release.

It said that concessions are being offered in late fee for other than term assurance and high risk plans, depending on the total premiums paid. There are no concessions on medical requirements. Eligible health and micro insurance plans also qualify for the concession in late fee, the release said.

For conventional and health policies with a total receivable premium of up to Rs one lakh, the insurer is offering a 20 per cent concession in late fee, with a maximum limit of Rs 2,000. Similarly, for a premium amount of above Rs 3 lakh, concession offered is 30 per cent, with a cap of Rs 3,000.

The insurer is offering a full concession in late fee for micro-insurance plans. Under the campaign, policies of specific eligible plans can be revived within five years from the date of the first unpaid premium, subject to certain terms and conditions, the release said.

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