N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 11 § 220.8 - Document and record retention

(a) In order to facilitate the investigation of claims and the protection of records or other materials pertaining to Holocaust victims as addressed in section 2703(c) of the Insurance Law, no records or other materials which pertain to any claim made by a Holocaust victim shall be destroyed or altered by any person, notwithstanding the provisions of Part 243 (Regulation 152) of this Title, until the superintendent otherwise directs; nor shall such records or materials be dealt with by any person in any way which would prevent their discovery.
(b) Any analysis, summary, index, record of a search, or investigative report created at any time by an insurer or any member of its holding company system which contains or reflects any information of the type described in section 2705(b) of the Insurance Law shall be retained until the superintendent otherwise directs, and shall not be tampered with or altered by any person in any way which would make it false, misleading or incomplete, or be concealed.


N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 11 § 220.8

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