61A.074 Insurable interests.
Subdivision 1. Corporation or trustee. A corporation or the trustee of a trust providing life, annuity, health, disability, retirement, or similar benefits to employees of one or more corporations, and acting in a fiduciary capacity with respect to the employees, retired employees, or their dependents or beneficiaries, has an insurable interest in the lives of employees for whom the benefits are to be provided. The written consent of the insured is required if the insurance purchased under this subdivision is payable to the corporation or to the trustee.
Subd. 2. Other insurable interests. Subdivision 1 does not limit the right of a corporation or trustee to insure the life of an individual that is otherwise insurable under common law or any statute. This section shall not be interpreted as in any way modifying the common law doctrine of insurable interest, except as expressly provided in subdivision 1.
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