1 11 NYCRR OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TITLE 11. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT CHAPTER V. RATES AND RATING ORGANIZATIONS SUBCHAPTER B. COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL RISKS PART 153. PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE GROUP AND QUASI-GROUP STANDARDS Text is current through August 31, 2001, and annotations are current through February Section Preamble. (a) Omnibus legislation embodied in Chapters 220 and 221 of the Laws of 1986, enacted in response to affordability and availability problems experienced in connection with commercial risk, professional liability and public entity insurance markets, added section 3435 to the Insurance Law, enabling property/casualty insurance group policies to be underwritten in connection with public entities and non-profit organizations. (b) Prior to section 3435, group policies for property/casualty risks had not been permitted in this State, requiring all such risks to be underwritten on an individual basis. In appropriate areas, however, quasi-group approaches such as mass merchandising and safety group programs have been allowed in this State for certain property/casualty risks. While utilizing distribution efficiencies or emphasizing risk management in a group context, these quasi-group approaches actually underwrite and issue policies to participants on an individual, rather than a collective group, basis. (c) In addition, the Federal Liability Risk Retention Act of 1986 (LRRA), 15 U.S.C et seq., authorizes the purchase of commercial liability insurance by purchasing groups, notwithstanding State laws that would otherwise preclude such group purchase. As set forth in Part 301 (Regulation No. 134) of this Title, authorized insurers dealing with Federal purchasing groups remain subject to rate and policy form requirements under the Insurance Law and regulations, such as this Part, enforcing such requirements. (d) If properly structured, operated and regulated, group and quasi-group approaches can enhance availability and affordability of these types of coverages by recognizing legitimate advantages, based on loss and expense experience of the group and its members, not afforded to other persons with respect to rates, policy forms, coverages and other matters. The purpose of this Part is to encourage properly structured, operated and regulated group and quasi-group approaches where permitted in the property/casualty area. Section Definitions. For purposes of this Part, the following definitions shall apply: (a) Certificate means any policy, contract or other evidence of insurance, or rider or endorsement thereto, issued to a group member under a property/casualty or liability insurance group master policy. Law. (b) Commercial risk insurance has the meaning ascribed by section 107(a)(47) of the Insurance (c) Family member means a person, related to the insured by blood, marriage, adoption or operation of law, who resides in the same household (including a ward or foster child) or who is a dependent child away at school.
2 (d) Group member means a person or entity to whom a policy or certificate has been issued in connection with a property/casualty or liability insurance group policy or master policy, and may include the group master policyholder. (e) Group master policy means a group policy issued to a group master policyholder and under which certificates are issued to group members, but does not include such certificates. (f) Group master policyholder means the person or entity to whom a property/casualty or liability insurance group master policy is issued. (g) Group policy means: (1) a policy underwritten and issued on a collective basis of: (i) property/casualty insurance insuring the interests of two or more persons or entities; or (ii) liability insurance insuring a Federal purchasing group or its members; (2) Where an insurer elects to issue a single policy with a first-named insured and additional insureds, such policy shall not be considered a "group policy" in regard to the following: (i) corporations or other entities under common control as defined in section 107(a)(16) of the Insurance Law, with regard to their related interests; (ii) franchisors and their franchisees, with regard to their related interests; (iii) members of a partnership or joint venture, with regard to their related interests; Law; or (iv) family members, but only for purposes of policies subject to section 3425 of the Insurance (v) shared interests, provided that such shared interests exist among all additional insureds, and only to the extent of such shared interests. (h) Issue includes issue for delivery. (i) Liability insurance: (1) means, except in connection with a Federal purchasing group, personal injury liability insurance, property damage liability insurance and employer's liability insurance, as such terms are defined in section 1113(a)(13), (14) and (15) of the Insurance Law, and shall also include any type of insurance deemed by the superintendent to be substantially similar pursuant to section 1113(a)(30); (2) means, in connection with a Federal purchasing group only, insurance against legal liability for damages (including costs of defense, legal costs and fees, and other claims expenses), because of injuries to other persons, damage to their property, or other damage or loss to such other persons resulting from or arising out of: (i) any business (whether profit or nonprofit), trade, product, services (including professional services), premises or operations; or (ii) any activity of any state or local government, or any agency or political subdivision thereof; andshall not include personal risk liability and an employer's liability with respect to its employees other than legal liability under the Federal Employer's Liability Act (45 U.S.C. 51 et seq.); and
3 (3) as defined in paragraph (2) of this subdivision shall not include: (i) any coverage not permitted pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subdivision; or (ii) workers' compensation coverage. (j) Mass merchandising means a method of marketing individually underwritten and issued property/casualty or liability insurance policies to participants that are employees of an employer, or members of an association or organization, that has agreed to promote or otherwise facilitate such coverage from an insurer to such participants, with reasonably anticipated economies of acquisition or administration. (k) Nonprofit organization means: (1) an organization described by section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code; (2) a Type B corporation formed pursuant to section 201(b) of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law; or (3) an organization described by section 216-a of the Education Law. (l) Personal risk liability, in connection with a Federal purchasing group only, means liability for damages because of injury to any person, damage to property, or other loss or damage resulting from any personal, familial or household responsibilities or activities, rather than from responsibilities or activities described in subparagraphs (i) and (ii) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (i) of this section. (m) Policy means any policy, contract, certificate or other evidence of insurance, or rider or endorsement thereto. (n) Property/casualty insurance means any type, or combination of types, of insurance authorized by section 1113(a)(4) through (17) and (19) through (25) of the Insurance Law and shall also include any type of insurance deemed by the superintendent to be substantially similar pursuant to section 1113(a)(30). (o) Public entity has the meaning ascribed by section 107(a)(51) of the Insurance Law. (p) Purchasing group has the meaning ascribed by section 5902(m) of the Insurance Law. (q) Quasi-group means any method of marketing individually underwritten and issued property/casualty or liability insurance policies in a group context to participants engaged in similar activities or organized in a common network, through a mass merchandising, safety group or similar program, in connection with State law or a Federal purchasing group. (r) Safety group means a method of marketing individually underwritten and issued property/casualty or liability insurance policies to participants engaged in similar activities giving rise to similar risks, placing special emphasis on common safety controls and risk management measures among such participants to reduce such risks. (s) Shared interests mean: (1) for property insurance, insurable interest in the additional insured's property, including legal interest in or control of such property, so that physical loss or damage to such property may result in pecuniary loss to the first-named insured; or
4 (2) for liability insurance, ownership or control of an additional insured's operations and activities such that, if damages arise from such operations or activities, the first named insured and all insureds may be jointly liable (t) Sponsoring entity means the employer, association or other organization, including a Federal purchasing group, undertaking to coordinate, promote or otherwise facilitate a mass merchandising, safety group or other quasi-group program under which an insurer provides property/casualty or liability insurance. Section Scope. (a) Property/casualty or liability insurance may be issued or renewed in this State on a group or quasi-group basis only in compliance with this Part. (b) This Part sets forth standards, requirements and procedures governing: (1) group policies and certificates under section 3435 of the Insurance Law; (2) group policies and certificates in connection with a Federal purchasing group; and (3) quasi-group policies, through a mass merchandising, safety group or similar program, in connection with State law or a Federal purchasing group. Section General requirements. (a) No group policy shall be issued or renewed in this State with respect to personal risk liability or any coverage subject to section 3425 of the Insurance Law. (b) No quasi-group policy shall be issued or renewed in this State with respect to personal risk liability or any coverage subject to section 3425 of the Insurance Law, except to the extent permitted pursuant to Part 13 (Regulation No. 58) of this Title. (c) Except in connection with a Federal purchasing group, no group policy shall be issued or renewed in this State, unless: (1) the group is homogeneous in nature, based upon standards acceptable to the superintendent; (2) the group is formed for purposes other than obtaining insurance; (3) the group consists of at least ten group members engaged in similar activities giving rise to similar risks, based upon standards acceptable to the superintendent, except that a smaller number of members, but not less than five, may be covered on a group basis where each such member generates at least $5 million in annual revenues or annual premiums for such group total at least $500,000; (4) group members are either public entities or nonprofit organizations; and (5) coverage includes any kind of property/casualty insurance, but not a kind specified by section 1113(a)(16), (17), (21), (22), (23) or (25) of the Insurance Law.
5 (d) Except in connection with a Federal purchasing group, no quasi-group policy shall be issued or renewed in this State, unless: (1) the sponsoring entity (other than with respect to a safety group) is formed for purposes other than obtaining insurance; (2) the sponsoring entity has at least ten participants engaged in similar activities giving rise to similar risks, based upon standards acceptable to the superintendent, except that a smaller number of participants, but not less than five, may be covered on a quasi-group basis where each such participant generates at least $5 million in annual revenues or annual premiums for such quasi-group total at least $500,000; and (3) coverage includes any kind of property/casualty insurance, but not a kind specified by section 1113(a)(16)(C), (D), and (E), (17), (21), (22), (23) or (25) of the Insurance Law. (e) No policy issued on a group or quasi-group basis in connection with a Federal purchasing group shall provide: (1) coverage other than liability insurance as defined by section 153.1(i)(2) of this Part; (2) property coverage of any kind, including contractual obligations; or (3) surety, warranty or guaranty coverage of any kind. (f) An insurer issuing or renewing group or quasi-group policies shall maintain separate statistics tracking group loss and expense experience for each group or quasi-group program. (g) Every group or quasi-group member, in the same rating classification or territory, meeting the insurer's underwriting requirements shall qualify for coverage under the group or quasi-group program. Section Group policy minimum standards. Every group policy issued or renewed in this State on risks or operations in this State, under section 3435 or in connection with a Federal purchasing group, shall comply with the following minimum policy standards: (a) Certificates issued under a group master policy shall contain all material terms and conditions of coverage affecting a group member, unless the group master policy is incorporated by reference, in which event a copy of such master policy shall accompany the certificate or shall be promptly provided to a group member upon request. (b) No group policy, master policy or certificate shall contain any deductible or self-insured retention shared among group members or applicable to the group itself, and certificates under a master policy may provide for a deductible or self-insured retention only if applicable to a group member strictly on an individual basis. (c) No group policy, master policy or certificate shall be subject to a group or sub-group aggregate liability limit of any kind at any time, and any liability limit applicable to a group member shall: (1) be separate and apart from any liability limit to which any other group member insured under the group policy may be subject; and
6 (2) operate unaffected by the experience of any other group member or the overall experience of the group itself. (d) Every group policy, master policy and certificate shall constitute a "covered policy" subject to the applicable standards governing cancellation, nonrenewal and conditional renewal prescribed by section 3426 of the Insurance Law. Section Premium collection and payment. (a) The premium for coverage: (1) under a group policy shall be paid by each group member, and shall not be paid by the group or group master policyholder from the group's general funds or other source; and (2) under a quasi-group policy shall be paid by each participant, and shall not be paid by the sponsoring entity from general funds or other source. (b) If authorized to act on the insurer's behalf: (1) the group or master policyholder may collect premiums from group members and remit such premiums to the insurer; and (2) the sponsoring entity may collect premiums from quasi-group participants and remit such premiums to the insurer. (c) Failure to remit premiums when due to the insurer shall not constitute nonpayment of premium: (1) by the group member, if the group or master policyholder received such member's premium in a timely manner and the insurer has authorized the group or group master policyholder to collect premiums from group members for the insurer's account; and (2) by the participant, if the sponsoring entity has received such participant's premium in a timely manner and the insurer has authorized the sponsoring entity to collect premiums from participants for the insurer's account. Section Form and rate filing requirements. Every authorized insurer issuing or renewing in this State any group policy or (except for subdivision [e] of this section) any quasi-group policy on risks or operations in this State, in connection with State law or a Federal purchasing group, shall comply with the following requirements: (a) All such policy forms, rating classifications and territories shall be approved by the superintendent pursuant to section 2307 of the Insurance Law. (b) All such rates, rating plans or rating rules shall be submitted to the superintendent pursuant to the applicable provisions of article 23 of the Insurance Law. (c) No group or quasi-group policy shall qualify for exemption from filing under section 6301 of the Insurance Law. (d) In complying with subdivisions (a) and (b) of this section, the insurer shall describe the nature and all material components of the group or quasi-group approach for which the forms, rating classifications, territories, rates, rating plans or rating rules are proposed for use.
7 (e) Subject to the superintendent's approval, pursuant to section 2307 of the Insurance Law, of: (1) an enrollment period, a group policy may provide for a stated enrollment period; and (2) an options plan, a group policy may be based upon a plan that precludes or otherwise restricts individual selection of insurance coverages and limits by group members. (f) Group and quasi-group policy forms and rates shall comply with article 23 standards, and no such rates shall be excessive, inadequate, unfairly discriminatory, destructive of competition, detrimental to solvency, or otherwise unreasonable, subject to the following factors: (1) advantages may be considered, based on actual or reasonably anticipated loss and expense experience of the group or its members, or of the quasi-group or its participants, where such advantages and experience can be fairly demonstrated; (2) rates shall not be deemed unfairly discriminatory in the event different premiums result for group members with like loss exposure but different expense factors, or like expense factors but different loss exposures, where such differences can be fairly demonstrated; and (3) rates, rating plans or rating rules recognizing loss or expense experience differences an a group or quasi-group basis, in comparison to like risks not in the group or quasi-group, shall be deemed rating classifications subject to the superintendent's approval pursuant to section 2307 of the Insurance Law. Section Group and quasi-group dividend plans. (a) Dividends may be declared and paid by the insurer confined to group members or quasi-group participants, or for distribution of such dividends by the group or the group master policyholder to group members or by the sponsoring entity to quasi-group participants, pursuant to a dividend plan approved by the superintendent. (b) No group or quasi-group dividend plan shall be approved, unless: (1) the declaration of dividends remains within the discretion of the insurer, which shall not obligate itself to return to a group member or quasi-group participant any portion of the premium through dividends; (2) the method of determining and declaring dividends is fair and equitable, not unfairly discriminatory, and disclosed to group members or quasi-group participants; and (3) records documenting financial and loss experience for the group or quasi-group, and every dividend declaration or distribution, are maintained subject to the superintendent's inspection. (c) In addition to the requirements set forth in subdivision (b) of this section, the following requirements shall apply in connection with any group or quasi-group dividend plan based upon implementation of safety-related or other risk management measures: (1) group members or quasi-group participants shall have like exposures to the hazards insured against that can be materially affected by common safety-related or risk management measures beyond those normally required by the insurer for like risks not insured on a group or quasi-group basis; (2) the insurer shall develop and monitor an accident prevention and loss reduction plan, with mandatory adherence to such plan by group members or quasi-group participants; and
8 (3) a safety committee is established to monitor progress and problems in implementing the accident prevention and loss reduction plan. (d) Dividends earned under a dividend plan approved under this section shall not be paid by the insurer to be withheld in whole or part by the group, master policyholder or sponsoring entity in order to accumulate funds, unless: (1) the balance of the dividends not withheld are promptly distributed to group members or quasigroup participants on a basis that does not result in unfair discrimination; (2) dividends withheld are used to benefit the group or quasi-group, and the specific purpose is disclosed in writing to the group members or quasi-group participants; (3) every group member or quasi-group participant whose dividends are withheld has given specific written consent; (4) dividends withheld are maintained in separate, segregated accounts for the benefit of each consenting group member or quasi-group participant; (5) where the purpose for withholding dividends is to provide funds to the master policyholder or sponsoring entity to assist the insurer in administering an accident prevention and loss reduction plan, a trust shall be established for the benefit of the group members or quasi-group participants, and an annual accounting of expenditures utilizing such withheld funds shall be made to group members or quasi-group participants; and (6) where the purpose is to capitalize an insurer controlled by such group members or quasi-group participants, any dividends so withheld and maintained shall be promptly returned to any group member or quasi-group participant that, for any reason, leaves the group or quasi-group program before such an insurer has been duly organized. (e) The superintendent may modify or withdraw approval from a dividend plan, based upon experience under, or unfair application of, such plan. Section Compulsory participation prohibited. No insurer shall provide coverage in regard to a group or quasi-group program that: (a) requires the purchase of insurance as a condition of group membership or quasi-group participation; or (b) imposes any penalty upon a group member or quasi-group participant if insurance is not purchased. Section Tie-in sales prohibited. No insurer shall provide coverage in regard to a group or quasi-group program if: (a) the purchase of any good or service from the group or sponsoring entity is a condition of purchasing insurance by a group member or quasi-group participant; or
9 (b) the purchase of insurance by a group member or quasi-group participant is a condition of purchasing any good or service from the group or sponsoring entity. Section Group insurance producers. No person shall act as an insurance agent or broker in regard to any group or quasi-group program, unless duly licensed under article 21 of the Insurance Law, consistent with section 5911(c) of the Insurance Law in connection with a federal purchasing group. Section Exemptions. This Part shall not apply to: (a) ocean marine cargo open policies issued or renewed to a foreign freight forwarder or custom house broker, as referred to in section 2101(c)(3) of the Insurance Law, covering the ongoing shipment of goods; (b) credit unemployment policies, as specified by section 1113(a)(24) of the Insurance Law; or (c) channeling, as specified in section 3436(a) of the Insurance Law, if and only to the extent that such program has been previously permitted by the superintendent prior to July 1, 1986.
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REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS FORMS Applications Filing Applications T11 NCAC 10.1201 (c) Applications or Declarations Pages that are used with Policy forms shall be submitted to and approved by the commissioner.
Disclaimer: The following English version of the Trade Insurance Act is for reference purposes only. The Korean language version shall be binding and enforceable on all parties at all times. In no event
Article 21. Surplus Lines Act. 58-21-1. Short title. This Article shall be known and may be cited as the "Surplus Lines Act". (1985, c. 688, s. 1.) 58-21-2. Relationship to other insurance laws. Unless
Senate Bill By: Senators Thompson of the rd, Stokes of the rd, Tanksley of the nd and Hecht of the th AS PASSED SENATE A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT To provide a short title; to amend Title of the Official
MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY STANDARD CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS I. The contractor certifies that it understands and agrees that the following terms and conditions (collectively the "University s Standard
EXCESS PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE POLICY Item 1. Policyholder: Address DECLARATIONS Policy Number: Chubb Insurance Company of Europe SE (herein called the Company ) Item 2. Limit of Liability: Item
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RULES OF TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND INSURANCE INSURANCE DIVISION CHAPTER 0780-1-76 SELF-INSURING ASSOCIATIONS AND NON-PROFIT TABLE OF CONTENTS 0780-1-76-.01 Purpose and Scope 0780-1-76-.11 Examinations