Maine Revised Statutes Title 24-A. Maine Insurance Code

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  • Chapter 1. General Definitions and Provisions
  • Chapter 3. The Insurance Superintendent
  • Chapter 5. Authorization of Insurers and General Requirements
  • Chapter 7. Fees and Taxes
  • Chapter 9. Kinds of Insurance; ‚ÄČLimits of Risk; ‚ÄČReinsurance
  • Chapter 11. Assets and Liabilities
  • Chapter 13. Investments
  • Chapter 13-A. Investments of Life Insurers and Life and Health Insurers
  • Chapter 15. Administration of Deposits
  • Chapter 16. Producers, Adjusters and Consultants
  • Chapter 18. Insurance Administrators
  • Chapter 18-A. Private Purchasing Alliances
  • Chapter 19. Surplus Lines
  • Chapter 21. Unauthorized Insurers--Prohibitions, Process and Advertising
  • Chapter 23. Trade Practices and Frauds
  • Chapter 24. Insurance Information and Privacy Protection Act
  • Chapter 24-A. Protection of Beneficiaries of Structured Settlements
  • Chapter 25. Rates and Rating Organizations
  • Chapter 26. The Workers' Compensation Residual Market Deficit Resolution and Recovery Act
  • Chapter 27. The Insurance Contract
  • Chapter 28. Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact
  • Chapter 29. Life Insurance and Annuity Contracts
  • Chapter 31. Group Life Insurance
  • Chapter 32. Preferred Provider Arrangement Act
  • Chapter 32-A. Types of Health Insurance
  • Chapter 33. Health Insurance Contracts
  • Chapter 34. Licensure of Medical Utilization Review Entities
  • Chapter 35. Group and Blanket Health Insurance
  • Chapter 36. Continuity of Health Insurance Coverage
  • Chapter 37. Consumer Credit Insurance
  • Chapter 38. Group Legal Services Insurance
  • Chapter 39. Casualty Insurance Contracts
  • Chapter 40. Mass Marketing of Casualty and Property Insurance
  • Chapter 40-A. Group Property and Casualty Insurance
  • Chapter 41. Property Insurance Contracts
  • Chapter 43. Surety Insurance Contracts
  • Chapter 45. Title Insurance Contracts
  • Chapter 47. Organization, Corporate Powers, Procedures of Domestic Legal Reserve Stock and Mutual Insurers
  • Chapter 49. Continuity of Management
  • Chapter 51. Domestic Mutual Assessment Insurers
  • Chapter 52. Maine Employers' Mutual Insurance Company
  • Chapter 53. Reciprocal Insurers
  • Chapter 54-A. Maine Guaranteed Access Reinsurance Association Act
  • Chapter 55. Fraternal Benefit Societies
  • Chapter 56. Health Maintenance Organizations
  • Chapter 56-A. Health Plan Improvement Act
  • Chapter 57. Delinquent Insurers
  • Chapter 59. Insurance of Public Employees and Property
  • Chapter 61. Unclaimed Funds of Life Insurers
  • Chapter 62. Maine Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
  • Chapter 65. Strikes of Insurance Agents
  • Chapter 67. Medicare Supplement Insurance Policies
  • Chapter 68. Nursing Home Care and Long-Term Care Insurance Policies
  • Chapter 68-A. Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Chapter 72-A. Maine Liability Risk Retention Act
  • Chapter 73. Continuing Care Retirement Communities
  • Chapter 75. Rural Medical Access Program
  • Chapter 77. Business Transacted with Broker-Controlled Property or Casualty Insurer
  • Chapter 79. Risk-Based Capital Standards
  • Chapter 81. Multiple-Employer Welfare Arrangements
  • Chapter 83. Captive Insurance Companies
  • Chapter 85. Viatical and Life Settlements Act
  • Chapter 87. Dirigo Health
  • Chapter 89. Portable Electronic Device Insurance
  • Chapter 90. Limited Lines Travel Insurance
  • Chapter 91. Service Contracts
  • Chapter 93. Transportation Network Company Insurance

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