A-32.1 - Insurers Act

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63. If, for the purpose of underwriting an individual insurance of persons contract, an authorized insurer receives a proposal that was completed without an insurance representative interacting with the client at the time it was completed, the insurer must see that the client can be temporarily insured until a final contract is made or until one of the parties is informed of the other party’s decision not to make a contract. The temporary insurance contract must provide the broadest coverage in return for which the client agrees to pay the premium for that contract.
The client is required to reply within 30 days after receiving a request for information from the insurer for the purpose of making the final contract. If the client fails to reply within that time limit, the insurer may cancel the temporary contract.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.
In force: 2019-06-13
63. If, for the purpose of underwriting an individual insurance of persons contract, an authorized insurer receives a proposal that was completed without an insurance representative interacting with the client at the time it was completed, the insurer must see that the client can be temporarily insured until a final contract is made or until one of the parties is informed of the other party’s decision not to make a contract. The temporary insurance contract must provide the broadest coverage in return for which the client agrees to pay the premium for that contract.
The client is required to reply within 30 days after receiving a request for information from the insurer for the purpose of making the final contract. If the client fails to reply within that time limit, the insurer may cancel the temporary contract.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.