§ 66.101. [Reserved].
The provisions of this § 66.101 adopted February 7, 1975, effective February 8, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 239; reserved January 3, 1997, effective January 4, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 19. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (215699).
Notes of Decisions
A policy that provides for work loss benefits to a deceased insured without excluding domiciliaries of another state and provides more benefits than the minimum required by the No-Fault Act does not violate the act. Manheim v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., 518 A.2d 861 (Pa. Super. 1986).
This section establishes a minimum standard for a No-Fault insurance policy but does not put a ceiling on specified amounts or types of coverage. Manheim v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., 518 A.2d 861 (Pa. Super. 1986).
The regulations found at 31 Pa. Code § 66.101, while affording a minimum standard for a No-Fault insurance policy, do not put a ceiling on specified amount or type of coverage. Gallo v. J. C. Penney Casualty Insurance Co., 476 A.2d 1322 (Pa. Super. 1984).
The fact that a policy which prohibits stacking of basic loss benefits has been approved by the Insurance Commissioner under this section is evidence that the Commissioner is of the view that such a policy is not contrary to the No-Fault Act. Antanovich v. Allstate Insurance, Co., 467 A.2d 345 (Pa. Super. 1983); affirmed 488 A.2d 571 (Pa. 1985).
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