Each insurer engaged in issuing fire insurance policies in the state of Montana shall
upon written request of any appropriate law enforcement agency or governmental fire
agency organized under Title 7, chapter 33, release to the requesting agency all information
in its possession relating to a fire loss of real or personal property. The information may include but is not limited to:
(1) any insurance policy relevant to the fire loss under investigation and any application
for the policy;
(2) premium payment records;
(3) the history of previous claims made by the insured for fire loss; and
(4) material relating to the investigation of the loss, including statements of any
person, proof of loss, and other relevant evidence.
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