(1) Alter or modify a certificate of insurance after issuance by a producer or insurer;
(2) Prepare, issue, or request or require the issuance of a certificate of insurance
that contains any false or misleading information concerning the policy of insurance
to which the certificate of insurance makes reference; or
(3) Prepare, issue, or request or require the issuance of a certificate of insurance
that purports to affirmatively or negatively alter, amend, or extend the coverage
provided by the policy of insurance to which the certificate of insurance makes reference.
(b) A certificate of insurance may not warrant that the policy of insurance referenced
in the certificate comply with the insurance or indemnification requirements of a
contract and the inclusion of a contract number or description within a certificate
of insurance may not be interpreted as doing such.
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