No. 211.

56 Wis.2d 92 (1972)

201 N.W.2d 510

SORENSON and wife, Appellants, v. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Respondent.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided October 31, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellants there was a brief by Godfrey, Neshek & Worth and Richard A. Howarth, Jr., all of Elkhorn, and oral argument by Mr. Howarth.

For the respondent there was a brief by Boardman, Suhr, Curry & Field, and oral argument by Kenneth T. McCormick, Jr., all of Madison.


The sole issue on this appeal is whether the assignee of a life insurance policy is entitled to receive notice of premiums due or lapse notices, where such notice is not specifically required by statute or under the terms of the policy or assignment.

In determining the sufficiency of a complaint to successfully withstand a demurrer, all allegations stated in the complaint must be taken as true; and it should be given a liberal construction with...

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