17:16C-34. Cancellation of insurance policies; crediting next maturing installment of contract with refund
If any policy or policies or certificates of insurance or other benefits are canceled, or the premiums thereon adjusted, the unearned insurance premium refund or refund on other benefits received by the retail seller or subsequent holder of the retail installment contract shall be credited to the next maturing installments of the retail installment contract, except to the extent applied toward payment for similar insurance protecting the interest of the buyer and the retail seller or holder of the contract or any of them; provided that in the case of credit life or credit accident and health insurance, the refund to the buyer shall be made in accordance with chapter 169 of the laws of 1958, and provided further that if the amount of such refund is less than the minimum prescribed by the commissioner, no refund need be made.
L.1960, c. 40, p. 155, s. 34.
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