Immunity from liability for certain persons filing reports or furnishing information about specified activities to specified persons
(1) A person or other entity described in this subsection acting without malice, fraudulent intent or bad faith is not subject to civil liability, and no cause of action of any nature may exist against such a person or entity, when the person is performing authorized functions, including publication or dissemination of information, regarding any activity described in subsection (3) of this section. This subsection applies to the following persons and entities:
(a) Law enforcement officials and their agents and employees.
(b) The National Association of Insurance Commissioners, the Department of Consumer and Business Services, a federal or state governmental agency established to detect and prevent activities described in subsection (3) of this section and any other organization established for the same purpose, and agents, employees or designees of any such person or entity.
(2) A person acting without malice, fraudulent intent or bad faith is not subject to liability by virtue of filing reports or furnishing information regarding any activity described in subsection (3) of this section with or to any person or other entity described in subsection (1) of this section.
(3) The activities referred to in subsections (1) and (2) of this section include but are not limited to the following, whether any activity is suspected or anticipated or has occurred:
(a) Acts or omissions by a person who presents a statement described in this paragraph to or by an insurer or an insurance producer, causes such a statement to be presented to or by an insurer or an insurance producer, or prepares such a statement with knowledge or belief that it will be presented to or by an insurer or an insurance producer. This paragraph applies to any statement that the person knows to contain false information as part of, in support of or concerning any fact relating to the following, or conceals relevant information relating to the following:
(A) An application for the issuance of insurance.
(B) The rating of insurance.
(C) A claim for payment or benefit pursuant to any insurance.
(D) Premiums paid on insurance.
(E) Payments made in accordance with the terms of insurance coverage.
(F) An application for a certificate of authority.
(G) The financial condition of an insurer.
(H) The acquisition of any insurer.
(b) Solicitation or an attempt to solicit new or renewal insurance by or for an insolvent insurer or other person subject to regulation under the Insurance Code.
(c) Removal or an attempt to remove assets or any record of assets, transactions and affairs from the home office or other place of business of the insurer or other person subject to regulation under the Insurance Code, or from the place of safekeeping of such a person, or who conceals or attempts to conceal the assets or record from the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services.
(d) Diversion, an attempt to divert or a conspiracy to divert funds of an insurer or other person subject to regulation under the Insurance Code, or of any other person, in connection with:
(A) The transaction of insurance.
(B) The conduct of business activities by an insurer or other person subject to regulation under the Insurance Code.
(C) The formation, acquisition or dissolution of an insurer or other person subject to regulation under the Insurance Code.
(4) This section does not abrogate or modify in any way any common law or statutory privilege or immunity otherwise enjoyed by a person or entity made immune from liability under this section.
(5) The court may award reasonable attorney fees to the prevailing party in any tort action against a person who claims immunity under the provisions of this section. [1993 c.447 §103; 1995 c.618 §128; 2003 c.364 §74]
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