The employer insured his employees under a group insurance plan. Each employee was given a certificate evidencing his personal insurance. The master policy contained a provision that no assignment should be binding until the original or duplicate of the certificate was filed at the insurer's home office. It was established by the evidence that there had been a manual delivery of one of the certificates by an employee. The insurance company paid the amount 0£ that particular certificate into court. Held, in an action by the plaintiff, the alleged donee, against the estate of the insured, the named beneficiary, that the lower court properly refused defendant's motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict for plaintiff. Peel v. Reibel, 205 Minn. 474, 286 N. W. 345 (1939).
Robert A. Solomon,
INSURANCE - GIFT OF LIFE INSURANCE POLICY,
Mich. L. Rev.
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