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September 27, 2010
 
Print Version of Sept. 27 Insurance Compliance Insight
Print out this file for text of selected articles in the current issue....
 
‘Call off Credit Score Data Call,’ NCOIL, Others Urge NAIC
In comments leading up to a Sept. 30 hearing in Kansas City, Mo., the National Conference of Insurance Legislators suggested insurance commissioners call it off ....
 
Industry Not Keen on New York Proposals to Limit Nonrenewals, Windstorm Deductibles
The Insurance Department says the ideas, being advanced as proposed amendments to existing regulations, are needed to keep coastal property insurance rates ..... 
 
Auto Insurance White Paper Cautions Against Limiting Aftermarket Crash Parts, DRPs
A new policy white paper says government should think carefully about limiting the use of aftermarket crash parts for auto repairs and direct repair programs ....
 
With Flood Insurance Extended, Insurers Attention Turns to Reforming Program
This time around, there will be no short-term extension of the National Flood Insurance Program. Instead ....
 
Repeat Claims Errors Draw California Fine
Repeat violations on California market conducts exams – and lots of them – are costing ....
 
Study Cites Stronger Louisiana Building Codes
Elsewhere, a study is finding that Louisiana is ahead of its Gulf Coast neighbors in developing and implementing stronger ...
 
New Federal Law, Proposed NAIC Model Put Spotlight on Annuities
Annuities are back in the news. A new federal law will make it easier for investors to annuitize ......
 
Insurance Regulations, Bulletins & Legislation – Sept. 27, 2010
 
Rates, Forms & Filings
 
Help Wanted – Sept. 27, 2010
 
Articles in Sept. 27 ICI

This PDF file has the text of all articles in the Sept. 27, 2010 edition....