(a) Notwithstanding this chapter, and except as provided by Subsection (b), an insurer
may provide support services to its tied repair facilities if those services:
(1) are priced at a level that is fair and reasonable to both the insurer and the
tied repair facility; and
(2) do not directly or indirectly confer a competitive advantage to the tied repair
(b) Notwithstanding Subsection (a), an agreement by an insurer to provide support
services to its tied repair facility may not create the potential for confusion among
the policyholders of the insurer, other beneficiaries of an insurance policy issued
by the insurer, or other parties.
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