A-32.1, r. 1 - Regulation under the Act respecting insurance

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35. An insurer may not, in any insurance offer, exaggerate the extent of the protection offered or the amount of payable benefits, nor minimize the cost thereof.
Except in its advertising, an insurer must also specify the exclusions likely to affect the nature or scope of the protection under the contract. The insurer must also expose any limitation resulting from a waiting period.
Upon renewal, cancellation or termination of a contract, the insurer must refer to the relevant provisions in the contract.
O.C. 887-2009, s. 35.