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Article 185 Information for policy holders

1. Before the life insurance contract is concluded, at least the information set out in paragraphs 2 to 4 shall be communicated to the policy holder.

2. The following information about the life insurance undertaking shall be communicated:

(a) the name of the undertaking and its legal form;

(b) the name of the Member State in which the head office and, where appropriate, the branch concluding the contract is situated;

(c) the address of the head office and, where appropriate, of the branch concluding the contract;

(d) a concrete reference to the report on the solvency and financial condition as laid down in Article 51, allowing the policy holder easy access to this information.

3. The following information relating to the commitment shall be communicated:

(a) the definition of each benefit and each option;

(b) the term of the contract;

(c) the means of terminating the contract;

(d) the means of payment of premiums and duration of payments;

(e) the means of calculation and distribution o

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