Filing and approval of policy forms
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(1) Except where otherwise provided by law, no basic policy form, or application form where written application is required and is to be made a part of the policy, or rider, indorsement or renewal certificate form shall be delivered or issued for delivery in this state until the form has been filed with and approved by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services. This section does not apply to:
(a) Forms of unique character which are designed for and used with respect to insurance upon a particular risk or subject;
(b) Forms issued at the request of a particular life or health insurance policy owner or certificate holder and which relate to the manner of distribution of benefits or to the reservation of rights and benefits thereunder;
(c) Forms of group life or health insurance policies, or both, that have been agreed upon as a result of negotiations between the policyholder and the insurer; or
(d) Forms complying with specific requirements regarding delivery or issuance for delivery in this state established by the director by rule.
(2) Except as provided in ORS 743.019 (Procedure for review of proposed rates for health insurance), the director shall within 30 days after the filing of any such form approve or disapprove the form. The director shall give written notice of such action to the insurer proposing to deliver such form and when a form is disapproved the notice shall show wherein such form does not comply with the law.
(3) The 30-day period referred to in subsection (2) of this section may be extended by the director for an additional period not to exceed 30 days if the director gives written notice within the first 30-day period to the insurer proposing to deliver the form that the director needs such additional time for the consideration of such form.
(4) The director may at any time request an insurer to furnish the director a copy of any form exempted under subsection (1) of this section. [Formerly 736.300 and then 743.006; 2001 c.943 §7; 2015 c.88 §4]
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