Rhode Island General Laws Title 27. Insurance § 27-6-46. Terms to be stated in policy--Rebates prohibited
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No insurer, or any officer, insurance producer, or representative of an insurer, shall make any contract for insurance, on property on risks located within this state, or against any liability, casualty, accident, or hazard that may arise or occur in this state, or any agreement as to that contract, other than as plainly expressed in the policy issued or to be issued on the agreement or contract; or shall any insurer, or officer, insurance producer, or representative of an insurer, directly or indirectly, in any manner, pay or allow or offer to pay or allow to the insured named in the policy or to any employee of the insured as an inducement to that insurance, or after the insurance shall have been effected, any rebate from the premium which is specified in the policy or any special favor or advantage in the dividends or other benefit to accrue on the policy; or any valuable consideration or inducement not specified in the policy or contract of insurance, or give, sell, or purchase, as an inducement to that insurance, or in connection with that insurance, any stock, bonds, or other securities of any insurance or other corporation or association, or any dividends or profits accrued on the securities, or anything of value not specified in the policy, or shall any insurance producer or his or her representatives, or any other person, directly or indirectly, either by sharing commissions or in any manner pay or allow or offer to pay or allow to the insured named in the policy, or to any employee of the insured, as an inducement to that insurance, or after the insurance shall have been effected, any rebate from the premium which is specified in the policy, or shall any insured, or party, or applicant for insurance, his or her or its employee, agent, or representative knowingly receive or accept, or agree to accept, or agree to receive or accept, directly or indirectly, any rebate of premium or any part of the premium or all or any part of any commission on the premium, or any favor or advantage, or share in any benefit to accrue under any contract of insurance, or any valuable consideration or inducement, other than what is specified in the policy; provided, that nothing in this section shall prevent any insurer from the distribution of surplus, dividends, savings, or the unused or unabsorbed portion of premiums and premium deposits to participating policyholders, or shall this section prevent any insurer, or its insurance producer, from paying commissions to a licensed insurance producer who shall have negotiated for the insurance, or shall it prevent any licensed insurance producer from sharing or dividing a commission earned or received by the insurance producer with any other licensed insurance producers who shall have aided the insurance producer in respect to the insurance for the negotiation of which that commission shall have been earned or paid; but no insurer or agent, or broker shall pay or allow commissions or brokerage to any person acting as an insurance producer in this state who is required by law to be licensed but is not licensed.Sections 27-8-7 -- 27-8-10 shall not apply to the kinds of insurance subject to the provisions of this chapter.
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