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31 Pa. Code § 73.122. Deviated rates

§ 73.122. Deviated rates

 An insurer may file for approval of and upon approval may use rates that are higher than the prima facie premium rates if the use of the higher rates will result in a loss ratio which is not less than the loss ratio standard in §  73.123 (relating to loss ratio standards). If rates higher than the prima facie rates are filed, the filing shall specify the account to which the rates apply. These rates may be:

   (1)  Applied uniformly to all accounts of the insurer.

   (2)  Applied on an equitable basis to only one or more accounts of the insurer for which the actual prima facie loss ratio was higher than the applicable loss ratio standard.

   (3)  Applied on an equitable basis in accordance with an account rating procedure. The account rating procedure shall be filed with and approved by the Department prior to use.

Cross References

   This section cited in 31 Pa. Code §  73.106 (relating to life insurance rate standards); 31 Pa. Code §  73.109 (relating to A and H insurance rate standards); and 31 Pa. Code §  73.112 (relating to involuntary unemployment insurance rate standards).

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