New York Consolidated Laws, Insurance Law - ISC § 2122. Advertising by insurance producers

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(a)(1) No insurance producer shall make or issue in this state any advertisement, sign, pamphlet, circular, card or other public announcement purporting to make known the financial condition of any insurer, unless the same shall conform to the requirements of section one thousand three hundred thirteen of this chapter.

(2) No insurance producer or other person, shall, by any advertisement or public announcement in this state, call attention to any unauthorized insurer or insurers.

(b) Every agent of any insurer and every insurance broker shall, in all advertisements, public announcements, signs, pamphlets, circulars and cards, which refer to an insurer, set forth therein the name in full of the insurer referred to and the name of the city, town or village in which it has its principal office in the United States.

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