Grace period

Life insurance terminology shouldn't be confusing. Here is the definition of grace period.

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Grace period

A uniform mandatory provision that gives the insured a period of time, based on the payment mode, to pay the required premium. During the grace period, the policy is still in force.

For example: Policyholders can pay the premium 31 days after the initial due date.

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