Does Ontario law have grace periods with respect to non-payment of premiums for life insurance policies?
Yes, Ontario law has grace periods with respect to non payment of premiums for life insurance policies, and your policy may provide for a longer grace period. There is no mandatory grace period for a disability policy but non-payment could trigger termination of a policy. There are strict requirements for termination that the insurer must comply with.
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