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Minnesota Statutes Aeronautics (Ch. 360-362) § 360.93. Minimal insurance coverage required;  misdemeanor

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Any person engaged in commercial operations as defined by section 360.013, subdivision 45, who causes or authorizes the operation of aircraft, with or without the right of legal control (in capacity of owner, lessee, or otherwise) of the aircraft, shall be responsible for determining that there is in force such minimal insurance coverages required by this chapter for the protection of passengers and third persons from damages for personal injury or death, or property damage, resulting in the operation of any such aircraft;  provided that in any case and subject to the penalties provided for herein, every commercial operator causing or authorizing the operation of such aircraft shall disclose to such authorized pilot using or operating such aircraft both the limits and extent of any liability insurance coverages that may be applicable to the operation of such aircraft.  Whoever violates or fails to comply with this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.

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