What may be insured? (R.A. 10607)

Section 3. Any contingent or unknown event, whether past or future, which may damnify a person having an insurable interest, or create a liability against him, may be insured against, subject to the provisions of this chapter.

The consent of the spouse is not necessary for the validity of an insurance policy taken out by a married person on his or her life or that of his or her children.

All rights, title and interest in the policy of insurance taken out by an original owner on the life or health of the person insured shall automatically vest in the latter upon the death of the original owner, unless otherwise provided for in the policy.
Section 4. The preceding section does not authorize an insurance for or against the drawing of any lottery, or for or against any chance or ticket in a lottery drawing a prize.

Section 5. All kinds of insurance are subject to the provisions of this chapter so far as the provisions can apply.

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