§ 66.41. [Reserved].
The provisions of this § 66.41 adopted February 7, 1975, effective February 8, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 239; amended April 11, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 897; reserved January 3, 1997, effective January 4, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 19. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (215688).
Notes of Decisions
Regulations under which a claimants basic loss benefits coverage would be increased to meet the requirements of New Jersey law, the place where the accident occurred, are not binding if the statute under which they were promulgated has been repealed. Smith v. Firemens Insurance Co., 590 A.2d 24 (Pa. Super. 1991); appeal denied 605 A.2d 334 (Pa. 1992).
The section defining state no-fault plan was properly promulgated even though the statute section did not name the Commissioner. Ropka v. Government Employees Insurance Co., 500 A.2d 1171 (Pa. Super. 1985).
State No-Fault Plan
Since the Maryland No-fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act has no restriction on the right to bring an action for noneconomic detriment, it does not qualify as a state no-fault plan. Sefret v. Tarter, 9 Pa. D. & C.3d 767 (1979).
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