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California Code, Insurance Code - INS § 10089.11

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(a) The commissioner shall adopt regulations to implement the provisions of this chapter within 60 days of its effective date. The regulations shall be adopted as emergency regulations in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of the Government Code, and for the purposes of that chapter, including Section 11349.6 of the Government Code, the adoption of the regulations shall be considered by the Office of Administrative Law to be necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, and general welfare.

(b) Regulations shall specify procedures for ratemaking and forms approval, define the type and quality of investments the authority is authorized to make, define coverage types and limits, set forth producer compensation rates, and specify the procedures to be followed by the authority following any earthquake event where the magnitude of earthquake losses make it likely that prorated benefits may be paid. The regulations shall be consistent with the requirements of Proposition 103.

(c) The rights provided by Section 1861.10 shall apply to proceedings under this chapter relating to establishing rates and regulations for earthquake insurance sold by the authority.

(d) All materials and documents prepared or used by the authority to determine its rates other than proprietary materials and documents owned or licensed by third parties shall be considered public documents, and copies of the public documents shall be made available to the public for inspection at no charge. Members of the public may purchase public ratemaking related documents from the authority at actual cost.

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