New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:29c-2 - Direction That Specific Provisions Be Included; Exception

17:29C-2. Direction that specific provisions be included; exception
The commissioner may direct that any or all of the aforesaid provisions, which he is herein authorized and empowered to direct, be included in any or all types of insurance policies covering any or all insurance risks written in this State or in any part of this State, when, in his discretion, the need for same exists as a result of conditions in the market for such types of insurance; provided, however, that any direction of the commissioner pursuant to this act shall treat all insurance companies writing any particular type or types of insurance in a uniform manner; and, provided further, that the aforesaid provisions shall not apply in the case of cancellation of a policy or of any interest in a policy for the nonpayment of premiums or for "moral hazard," as such is defined by the commissioner.

L.1968, c. 131, s. 2, eff. July 3, 1968.

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