Policies of group insurance, when issued in this state by any company not organized
under the laws of this state, may contain any provision required by the law of the
state or territory or district of the United States under which the company is organized. Any group policy may be issued or delivered in this state which in the opinion of
the commissioner contains provisions on any one or more of the several foregoing requirements
more favorable to the employer or to the employee than required prior to April 4,
1919. Policies issued in other states or countries by companies organized in this state
may contain any provision required by the laws of the state, territory, district,
or country in which the same are issued, anything in this part 2 to the contrary notwithstanding.
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