An insurer may insert a provision in any insurance policy that no change in the policy
is valid unless approved by an executive officer of the insurer, or unless the approval
is endorsed on the policy or attached to it, or both, and that no agent has authority
to change the policy or waive any of its provisions. This does not preclude a person claiming a right under the policy from relying on
waiver or estoppel in an appropriate case.
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