A life assurance policy in which if all the premium payments are complete and the insured is free of all reimbursement obligations, the policy stays integral until the insured's death or stop of the strategy is called a paid-up policy.
'Paid-up value' is payable on a life insurance policy on the maturity of the policy. If the policyholder continues to hold the policy, he will get the paid-up value at the end of the term. The policyholder also has the option of concession the policy before that. If you do not want to maintain the policy, it is forever better to submit the policy.