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(1) Any member of or subscriber to a rating organization may appeal to the director from the action or decision of the rating organization in approving or rejecting any proposed change in or addition to the filings of the rating organization and the director shall, after a hearing held upon notice to the appellant and to the rating organization in accordance with chapter 2, title 41, Idaho Code, issue an order approving the action or decision of the rating organization or directing it to give further consideration to such proposal, or, if such appeal is from the action or decision of the rating organization in rejecting a proposed addition to its filings, he may, in the event he finds that such action or decision was unreasonable, issue an order directing the rating organization to make an addition to its filings, on behalf of its members and subscribers, in a manner consistent with his findings, within a reasonable time after the issuance of such order.
(2) If such appeal is based upon the failure of the rating organization to make a filing on behalf of such member or subscriber which is based on a system of expense provisions which differs, in accordance with the right granted in section 41-1603(2), Idaho Code, from the system of expense provisions included in a filing made by the rating organization, the director shall, if he grants the appeal, order the rating organization to make the requested filing for use by the appellant. In deciding such appeal the director shall apply the standards set forth in sections 41-1603 and 41-1604, Idaho Code.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Idaho Statutes Title 41. Insurance § 41-1621. Appeal by minority - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/id/title-41-insurance/id-st-sect-41-1621/
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