Filing and approval of credit life and credit health insurance forms
- • filing of rates
(1) All credit life and credit health insurance policies subject to ORS 743.371 (Definitions for credit life and credit health insurance provisions) to 743.380 (Claim report and payment), and all certificates of insurance, notices of proposed insurance, applications for insurance, indorsements and riders used in connection with such kinds of policies, delivered or issued for delivery in this state and the schedules of premium rates pertaining thereto shall be filed with the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services. Such forms are subject to approval, disapproval or withdrawal of approval by the director as provided in ORS 742.003 (Filing and approval of policy forms), 742.005 (Grounds for disapproval of policy forms) and 742.007 (Director’s withdrawal of approval).
(2) An insurer may revise the schedules of premium rates from time to time and shall file the revised schedules with the director. An insurer may not issue any credit life or credit health insurance policy for which the premium rate exceeds that determined by the schedules of the insurer as then on file with the director.
(3) If a group policy of credit life or credit health insurance has been or is delivered in another state, the insurer shall file only the group certificate, the individual application and the notice of proposed insurance delivered or issued for delivery in this state as specified in ORS 743.377 (Credit life and credit health insurance policy or group certificate) (2) and (4). The director shall approve the group certificate, the individual application and the notice of proposed insurance if the forms conform with the requirements specified in ORS 743.377 (Credit life and credit health insurance policy or group certificate) (2) and (4) and the schedules of premium rates applicable to the insurance evidenced by the certificate or notice are not in excess of the insurer’s schedules of premium rates filed with the director. [Formerly 739.595; 1969 c.336 §12; 1971 c.231 §20; 2005 c.185 §3]
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