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In an annuity or pure endowment contract, other than a reversionary, survivorship, or group annuity, there shall be a provision that if the age or sex of the person or persons upon whose life or lives the contract is made, or of any of them, has been misstated, the amount payable or benefits accruing under the contract shall be such as the stipulated payment or payments to the insurer would have purchased according to the correct age or sex and that if the insurer makes or has made an overpayment or overpayments on account of a misstatement, the amount of the overpayment, with interest at the rate to be specified in the contract but not exceeding six percent a year, may be charged against the current or next succeeding payment or payments to be made by the insurer under the contract.
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