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Definitions
Married
Sanlam considers a marriage to be when two people are:
• Married according to the laws of any sovereign country;
• Married according to customary or tribal law;
• Married under any religion that is practiced in South Africa;
• Living together and financially dependent on one another for at least 6 months; or
• Party to a civil union in terms of the Civil Union Act, 2006.
Spouse
Sanlam considers a spouse to be someone the policyholder is married to.
This relationship must be in place when cover is applied for.
Child
This is your child or your spouse’s child. A child must:
• Not married;
• Be a biological child, legally adopted child, stepchild or child where you (or your spouse) are the legal guardian.
This relationship must be in place when the cover is applied for.
Parents
Means the persons who are the biological parents, parents-in-law, legal guardians of an adopted child, and stepparents, of the policyholder.
These relationships must be in place when the cover is applied for.
Wider Family
Sanlam considers a wider family member to be:
Relationships to you
• Spouse as defined above where you have more than one spouse, or your spouse falls outside the age requirements for a spouse, the additional spouses can be covered as wider family members;
• Parent as defined above where you have more than four parents, the additional parents can be covered as wider family members;
• Child as defined above where you have more than eight children or the child falls outside the age requirements, the additional children can be covered as wider family members;
• Great Grandparent who is your parents’ grandparents;
• Great grand parents-in-law are the grandparents of your spouse’s parents;
• Grandparent who is your parents’ parents;
• Grand parents-in-law are the parents of your spouse’s parents;
• Parents-in-law are the parents of your spouse;
• Aunt who is the sister of your father or mother, or your uncle’s female spouse;
• Uncle who is the brother of your father or mother, or your aunt’s male spouse;
• Brother who is your parent’s male child;
• Sister who is your parent’s female child;
• Brother-in-law is the male person married to the child of your parents;
• Sister-in-law is the female person married to the child of your parents;
• First cousin who is the child of your aunt or uncle as defined above;
• Son-in-law, the male person who is married to your child;
• Daughter-in-law, the female person who is married to your child;
• Nephew is the male child of your brother or a sister;
• Niece is the female child of your brother or sister;
• First cousin’s child who is the child of your first cousin
• Grandchild who is your child’s child; or
• Great Grandchild who is your grandchild’s child.
Relationships to your spouse:
• Aunt who is the sister of your spouse’s father or mother, or your uncle’s female spouse;
• Uncle who is the brother of your spouse’s father or mother, or your aunt’s male spouse;
• Brother who is your spouse’s parent’s male child;
• Sister who is your spouse’s parent’s female child;
• Brother-in-law is the male person married to the child of your spouse’s parents;
• Sister-in-law is the female person married to the child of your spouse’s parents;
• First cousin who is the child of your spouse’s aunt or uncle as defined above;
• Son-in-law, the male person who is married to your spouse’s child;
• Daughter-in-law, the female person who is married to your spouse’s child;
• Nephew is the male child of your spouse’s brother or a sister;
• Niece is the female child of your spouse’s brother or sister;
• Grandchild who is your spouse’s child’s child;
• First cousin’s child who is the child of your spouse’s first cousin; or
• Great Grandchild who is your spouse’s grandchild’s child.
These relationships must be in place when cover is applied for.