41-718. Policy loans. A life insurer may lend to its policy holder upon pledge of the policy as collateral security, any sum not exceeding the cash surrender value of the policy; or may lend against pledge or assignment of any of its supplementary contracts or other contracts or obligations, so long as the loan is adequately secured by such pledge or assignment. Loans so made are eligible investments of the insurer.
[41-718, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 155, p. 645.]