Prohibitions on finder’s fee, solicitations, discrimination
(1) A licensee may not pay or offer to pay a finder’s fee, commission or other compensation to a person described in this subsection, in connection with a policy insuring the life of an individual with a terminal illness or condition. The prohibition under this subsection applies with respect to payments or offers of payment to:
(a) The physician, naturopathic physician, attorney or accountant of the policyholder, of the certificate holder or of the insured individual when the individual is other than the policyholder or certificate holder.
(b) Any person other than a physician, naturopathic physician, attorney or accountant described in paragraph (a) of this subsection, who provides medical, legal or financial planning services to the policyholder, to the certificate holder or to the insured individual when the individual is other than the policyholder or certificate holder.
(c) Any person other than one described in paragraph (a) or (b) of this subsection who acts as an agent of the policyholder, certificate holder or insured individual.
(2) A licensee may not solicit an investor who could influence the treatment of the illness or condition of the individual whose life would be the subject of a life settlement contract.
(3) All information solicited or obtained from a policyholder or certificate holder by a licensee is subject to ORS 746.600 (Definitions for ORS 746.600 to 746.690) to 746.690 (Obtaining information under false pretenses prohibited). For purposes of this subsection, a licensee is considered an insurance-support organization within the meaning of ORS 746.600 (Definitions for ORS 746.600 to 746.690).
(4) A licensee may not discriminate in the making of a life settlement contract on the basis of race, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, age, familial status or occupation or discriminate between persons who have dependents and persons who do not have dependents. [Formerly 744.353; 2017 c.356 §100]
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