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Revoke a beneficiary from a trust nomination

Apply to revoke the trust nomination for your policy.


We have made it easier for you to complete the nomination form - you may complete the PDF form directly on your device (e.g. computer) before printing it out for signing by yourself and your two witnesses. Completing it digitally ensures mandatory fields are not omitted that may delay your nomination process.


Under Section 49L of the Insurance Act, you can revoke a trust nomination if all nominees who are at least 18 years old have given consent. If any of your named nominees is below 18 years old, you will need to obtain written consent from a parent or legal guardian who is not the Policyowner. Alternatively, you can obtain consent from a trustee who is not the Policyowner. 

To revoke a trust nomination, please complete the Revocation of Trust Nomination Form and mail it back to us.

What you need to provide

1. Completed Form 2 - Revocation of Trust Nomination


Who will need to sign the form to activate the change? 
For a Trust policy under S49L, the Policyowner and all Trustees who are not the Policyowner must sign the form.


Nominate a beneficiary for a trust nomination

Make a trust nomination to transfer all policy ownership rights to a beneficiary.



Appoint or revoke a trustee

Appoint a trustee or revoke the appointment of an existing trustee.



Nominate a beneficiary for a revocable nomination

Make a revocable nomination for your policy.



Revoke a beneficiary from a revocable nomination

Revoke an existing revocable nomination and make a new nomination.



Revocation via a will / assignment

Inform Manulife of the revocation of a revocable nomination via a will / assignment.



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