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31 Pa. Code § 61.13. Records; cancellation, refusal to write or renew.

§ 61.13. Records; cancellation, refusal to write or renew.

 (a)  Each insurer shall maintain records of the number of cancellations and refusals to write or renew policies and the reasons therefor, and shall file with the Insurance Department, within 60 days following June 30 and December 31, a report summarizing the record of all such actions during the 6-month period ending on these dates.

 (b)  The report required by the provisions of subsection (a) shall be in substantially the form set forth in Appendix D.

 (c)  Records and reports shall include instances in which an agent himself has, on behalf of a specific insurer, refused to write a policy for a particular applicant, even though the agent has not in fact contacted that insurer prior to refusing to write the policy.

 (d)  A mere request by an individual for a price quotation on a policy of automobile insurance with a particular insurer does not constitute an application for a policy.

Cross References

   This section cited in 31 Pa. Code §  68.304 (relating to notice of refusals to write by agents and brokers).

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