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Maryland Code, Insurance § 15-1103

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(a) In this section, “transportation ticket policy” means a ticket policy of health insurance that:

(1) has as its dominant feature the protection of the insured from a transportation hazard;  and

(2) is sold at transportation stations, ticket offices, or travel bureaus by:

(i) vending machines;

(ii) employees of railroads, steam lines, airlines, or other organizations engaged in transporting individuals on common carriers;

(iii) individuals or employees of persons engaged in selling transportation on common carriers;  or

(iv) other qualified agents.

(b) A transportation ticket policy may not be issued or delivered in the State unless it conforms to the requirements and provisions of §§ 15-102, 15-201, 15-202, 15-203, 15-205, and 15-207 through 15-226 of this title, subject to § 15-202(c) of this title that relates to inapplicable or inconsistent provisions.

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