17:29A-9. Reduction of rates; hearings; notes; order
Every rating organization, and every insurer which does its own rate-making, shall provide reasonable means within this State, to be approved by the commissioner, whereby any person or persons affected by a rate made by it may be heard, on an application to reduce such rate. If such rating organization or such insurer shall refuse to reduce such rate, the person or persons affected thereby may make a like application to the commissioner within thirty days after receipt of notice in writing that the application for reduction of rate has been denied by such rating organization or by such insurer. If, upon the expiration of twenty days after application for the reduction of a rate, such rating organization or such insurer fails to grant or reject the application, the person or persons affected may make the application to the commissioner in the same manner as if the application had been rejected by such rating organization or by such insurer. The commissioner shall fix a time and place for hearing on such application, upon not less than ten days' notice, for the applicant and such rating organization or such insurer to be heard. The commissioner shall make such order as he shall deem just and lawful upon the evidence placed before him at such hearing.
L.1944, c. 27, p. 75, s. 9.
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