(1) No person shall willfully collect any sum as premium or charge for insurance,
which insurance is not then provided or is not in due course to be provided (subject
to acceptance of the risk by the insurer) by an insurance policy issued by an insurer
as authorized by this code.
(2) No person shall willfully collect as premium or charge for insurance any sum
in excess of the amount actually expended or in due course to be expended for insurance
applicable to the subject on account of which the premium was collected or charged.
(3) No person shall willfully or knowingly fail to return to the person entitled
thereto within a reasonable time any sum collected as premium or charge for insurance
in excess of the amount actually expended for insurance, or for medical examination
in the case of life insurance, applicable to the subject on account of which the premium
or charge was collected.
(4) Each violation of this section shall be punishable as provided in Subtitle 99.
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