The deceased and her husband took out with the defendant company a joint policy payable to the survivor of diem. After the murder of the deceased by her husband, her administratrix brought an action to recover the proceeds of the insurance. The court held that since the parties had contracted for the survivor to take all, there could be no recovery in favor of the deceased's estate. Merrity v. Prudential Insurance Company, (N. J. 1932) 161 Atl. 681.

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