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The following statements are all true about policy loans except
policy loans can be made with both permanent and term policies.
the loan value of a policy cannot exceed the current cash value.
if a policy has cash value, the insurance company cannot refuse to lend the policy-owner money
a policy loan cannot be made on a policy until it has been in force long enough to accumulate some cash value.