THE INSURANCE CONTRACT
41-1805. Life insurance for benefit of certain institutions. (1) Contracts of life insurance may be made and entered into in which the person paying the consideration for such insurance has no insurable interest in the life of the person insured, where charitable, benevolent, educational, or religious institutions are designated irrevocably as the beneficiaries thereof.
(2) In making such contracts the person paying the premium shall make and sign the application therefor as owner and shall designate a charitable, benevolent, educational, or religious institution irrevocably as the beneficiary or beneficiaries of such policy. The application also shall be signed by the person whose life is to be insured.
(3) Such a contract shall be valid and binding between and among all of the parties thereto, and the person paying the consideration for such insurance shall have all rights conferred by the contract to loan value at any time during the premium paying period, but not at maturity, notwithstanding such person has no insurable interest in the life of the person insured.
[41-1805, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 397, p. 645.]