Chapter 284-34 - Credit life and credit accident and health insurance
- § 284-34-100 - What is the purpose of this regulation?
- § 284-34-110 - What definitions are important throughout this regulation?
- § 284-34-120 - What rights do debtors have?
- § 284-34-130 - What obligations do insurers have?
- § 284-34-140 - How will the commissioner determine if benefits are reasonable in relation to premium charges?
- § 284-34-150 - What are the standards for prima facie credit life insurance rates?
- § 284-34-160 - What mandatory benefits apply to prima facie credit life insurance rates?
- § 284-34-170 - What are the standards for credit accident and health insurance rates?
- § 284-34-180 - What mandatory benefits apply to prima facie credit accident and health insurance rates?
- § 284-34-190 - What refund formulas are allowed?
- § 284-34-200 - Do insurers have to file experience reports?
- § 284-34-210 - When will the commissioner adjust prima facie rates, and how will rate changes be implemented?
- § 284-34-220 - What rates may an insurer use for its direct business?
- § 284-34-230 - What obligations does an insurer have to supervise consumer credit operations?
- § 284-34-240 - What practices are insurers prohibited from doing?
- § 284-34-250 - What information must be disclosed to debtors?
- § 284-34-260 - What is the effective date of this regulation?
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