(1) A fire insurance policy shall contain a provision as follows: “This policy shall be canceled at any time at the request of the insured, in which case this company shall, upon demand and surrender of this policy, refund the excess of paid premium above the customary short rates for the expired time.”
(2) The policy also shall provide:
(a) That the insurer may cancel the policy at any time by giving 10 days’ written notice of cancellation to the insured in the event of nonpayment of premium or 30 days’ written notice for any other reason. However, when fire insurance coverage is part of a package policy including commercial liability insurance, cancellation of the policy is governed by the provisions of ORS 742.702 (Grounds for cancellation).
(b) That cancellation by the insurer may be made with or without tender of the excess of paid premium above the pro rata premium for the expired time, and that the excess, if not tendered with the cancellation, will be refunded on demand.
(3) When an insurer gives notice of cancellation, the notice shall state that the excess of paid premium above the pro rata premium for the expired time, if not tendered with the notice, will be refunded on demand. [Formerly 743.636; 1991 c.768 §2]
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