Georgia Code Title 33. Insurance

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Department and Commissioner of Insurance
  • Chapter 3. Authorization and General Requirements for Transaction of Insurance
  • Chapter 4. Actions Against Insurance Companies
  • Chapter 5. Regulation of Unauthorized Insurers
  • Chapter 6. Unfair Trade Practices
  • Chapter 7. Kinds of Insurance; Limits of Risks; Reinsurance
  • Chapter 8. Fees and Taxes
  • Chapter 9. Regulation of Rates, Underwriting Rules, and Related Organizations
  • Chapter 10. Assets and Liabilities
  • Chapter 11. Investments
  • Chapter 12. Administration of Deposits
  • Chapter 13. Insurance Holding Company Systems
  • Chapter 13A. Mutual Insurance Holding Companies
  • Chapter 14. Domestic Stock and Mutual Insurers
  • Chapter 15. Fraternal Benefit Societies
  • Chapter 16. Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Companies
  • Chapter 17. Reciprocal Insurers
  • Chapter 18. Nonprofit Medical Service Corporations
  • Chapter 19. Nonprofit Hospital Service Corporations
  • Chapter 20. Health Care Plans
  • Chapter 20A. Managed Health Care Plans
  • Chapter 20B. Essential Rural Health Care Provider Access
  • Chapter 20C. Accurate Provider Directories
  • Chapter 20D. Rental Provider Network
  • Chapter 21. Health Maintenance Organizations
  • Chapter 21A. Medicaid Care Management Organizations
  • Chapter 22. Insurance Premium Finance Companies
  • Chapter 23. Licensing
  • Chapter 24. Insurance Generally
  • Chapter 25. Life Insurance
  • Chapter 26. Industrial Life Insurance
  • Chapter 27. Group Life Insurance
  • Chapter 28. Annuity and Pure Endowment Contracts
  • Chapter 29. Individual Accident and Sickness Insurance
  • Chapter 29A. Individual Health Insurance Coverage
  • Chapter 30. Group or Blanket Accident and Sickness Insurance
  • Chapter 30A. Health Plan Purchasing Cooperatives
  • Chapter 30B. Spending Account and Consumer Driven Health Plan Advancement
  • Chapter 31. Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance
  • Chapter 32. Property Insurance
  • Chapter 33. Fair Access to Insurance Requirements
  • Chapter 34. Motor Vehicle Accident Reparations
  • Chapter 34A. Vehicle Protection Product Warranties
  • Chapter 35. Prepaid Legal Services Plans
  • Chapter 36. Georgia Insurers Insolvency Pool
  • Chapter 37. Insurers Rehabilitation and Liquidation
  • Chapter 38. Georgia Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
  • Chapter 39. Collection, Use, and Disclosure of Information Gathered by Insurance Institutions
  • Chapter 40. Risk Retention Groups
  • Chapter 41. Captive Insurance Companies
  • Chapter 42. Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Chapter 43. Medicare Supplement Insurance
  • Chapter 44. High Risk Health Insurance Plan
  • Chapter 45. Continuing Care Providers and Facilities
  • Chapter 46. Certification of Private Review Agents
  • Chapter 47. Managing General Agents
  • Chapter 48. Producer Controlled Property and Casualty Insurers
  • Chapter 49. Reinsurance Intermediaries
  • Chapter 50. Multiple Employer Self-Insured Health Plans
  • Chapter 51. Georgia Affordable Hsa Eligible High Deductible Health Plan
  • Chapter 52. Assumption Reinsurance Agreements
  • Chapter 53. Coverage for Certain Types of Anti-Cancer Drug Therapy
  • Chapter 54. Genetic Testing
  • Chapter 55. Reporting of Transactions by Insurers
  • Chapter 56. Risk-Based Capital Levels
  • Chapter 58. Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Chapter 59. Life Settlements
  • Chapter 59A. Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact
  • Chapter 60. Small Business Employee Choice of Benefits Health Insurance Plan
  • Chapter 61. Regulation of Automobile Clubs
  • Chapter 62. Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion Law
  • Chapter 63. Guaranteed Asset Protection Waivers
  • Chapter 64. Regulation and Licensure of Pharmacy Benefits Managers

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