§3417. Participating policies

Link to law: http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/statutes/24-A/title24-Asec3417.html
Published: 2015

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§3417. Participating policies

If provided for in its articles of incorporation, certificate of organization or charter, a stock insurer or mutual insurer may issue
any or all of its policies or contracts with or without participation in profits,
savings, unabsorbed portions of premiums or surplus; may classify policies issued
and perils insured on a participating and nonparticipating basis; and may determine the right to participate and the extent of participation of any
class or classes of policies. Any such classification or determination must be reasonable, and may not unfairly discriminate as between policies so classified.

2013, c. 299, §12 (AMD)

A life insurer may issue both participating and nonparticipating policies or contracts
if the right or absence of right to participate is reasonably related to the premium

1969, c. 132, §1 (NEW)

After the first policy year, no dividend, otherwise earned under a life or health
insurance policy or annuity contract, shall be made contingent upon the payment of
renewal premium on any such policy or contract; except that a participating life or
health insurance policy providing for participation at the end of the first or second
policy year may provide that the dividend or dividends will be paid subject to payment
of premium for the next ensuing year.

1969, c. 132, §1 (NEW)


1969, c. 132, §1 (NEW).
2013, c. 299, §12 (AMD).