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North Carolina General Statutes § 58-39-65 Previous adverse underwriting decisions

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No insurance institution or agent may base an adverse underwriting decision in whole or in part:

(1) On the fact of a previous adverse underwriting decision or on the fact that an individual previously obtained insurance coverage through a residual market mechanism: Provided, however, an insurance institution or agent may base an adverse underwriting decision on further information obtained from an insurance institution or agent responsible for a previous adverse underwriting decision;

(2) On personal information received from an insurance-support organization whose primary source of information is insurance institutions: Provided, however, an insurance institution or agent may base an adverse underwriting decision on further personal information obtained as the result of information received from such insurance-support organization. (1981, c. 846, s. 1; 2003-262, s. 2(1).)

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