I-15.1 - Act respecting market intermediaries

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208. Any market intermediary in insurance business who, directly or indirectly, grants a rebate on the premium stipulated in an insurance policy to a person insured or applying for insurance, or who renders the making of a contract conditional upon the making of another contract, is guilty of an offence.
The payment of benefits stipulated in a policy or the reduction granted to an insured person for the purchase of two or more financial products is not a rebate of premium referred to in the first paragraph.
1989, c. 48, s. 208.