New York Insurance Law - ISC

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  • Article 1. General Provisions
  • Article 2. Organization of the Insurance Department
  • Article 3. Administrative and Procedural Provisions
  • Article 4. Insurance Frauds Prevention
  • Article 11. Licensing of Insurers
  • Article 12. Organization and Corporate Procedure
  • Article 13. Assets and Deposits
  • Article 14. Investments
  • Article 15. Holding Companies
  • Article 16. Subsidiaries of Domestic Property/Casualty Insurance Companies and Certain Other Entities
  • Article 17. Subsidiaries of Domestic Life Insurance Companies and Certain Other Entities
  • Article 21. Agents, Brokers, Adjusters, Consultants and Intermediaries
  • Article 22. Certification of Employees of Insurers and Savings Banks Offering Life Insurance
  • Article 23. Property/Casualty Insurance Rates
  • Article 24. Unfair Methods of Competition and Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices
  • Article 25. Prohibitions Against Controlled Business
  • Article 26. Unfair Claim Settlement Practices;  Other Misconduct;  Discrimination
  • Article 27. Holocaust Victims Insurance Act of 1998
  • Article 28. Use of Credit Information
  • Article 31. Insurance Contracts--General
  • Article 32. Insurance Contracts--Life, Accident and Health, Annuities
  • Article 34. Insurance Contracts--Property/Casualty
  • Article 41. Property/Casualty Insurance Companies
  • Article 42. Life Insurance Companies and Accident and Health Insurance Companies and Legal Services Insurance Companies
  • Article 43. Non-Profit Medical and Dental Indemnity, or Health and Hospital Service Corporations
  • Article 44. Employee Welfare Funds
  • Article 45. Fraternal Benefit Societies
  • Article 46. Retirement Systems
  • Article 47. Municipal Cooperative Health Benefit Plans
  • Article 48. Managed Care Health Insurance Contracts
  • Article 49. Utilization Review and External Appeal
  • Article 51. Comprehensive Motor Vehicle Insurance Reparations
  • Article 52. Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnification Corporation
  • Article 53. Motor Vehicle Insurance Assigned Risk Plans
  • Article 54. New York Property Insurance Underwriting Association
  • Article 55. Medical Malpractice Insurance Association
  • Article 56. Health Care Arbitrations
  • Article 59. Risk Retention Groups and Purchasing Groups
  • Article 61. Reciprocal Insurers and Lloyds Underwriters
  • Article 62. New York Insurance Exchange
  • Article 63. Special Risks;  Filing Exemption
  • Article 64. Title Insurance Corporations
  • Article 65. Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Companies
  • Article 66. Co-Operative Property/Casualty Insurance Companies
  • Article 67. Nonprofit Property/Casualty Insurance Companies
  • Article 68. Bail Bonds
  • Article 69. Financial Guaranty Insurance Corporations
  • Article 70. Captive Insurance Companies
  • Article 71. Merger, Consolidation, Redomestication, Acquisition of Assets and Acquisition of Certain Shares of Insurers
  • Article 72. Domestication of the United States Branch of an Alien Insurer
  • Article 73. Conversion to Different Type of Insurer
  • Article 74. Rehabilitation, Liquidation, Conservation and Dissolution of Insurers
  • Article 75. Life Insurance Guaranty Fund
  • Article 76. Property/Casualty Security Funds
  • Article 77. The Life Insurance Company Guaranty Corporation of New York Act
  • Article 78. Life Settlements
  • Article 79. Service Contracts
  • Article 80. Mutual Holding Company
  • Article 91. Taxes and Fees
  • Article 99. Time of Taking Effect

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