(1) No provider agreement or membership agreement may contain provisions that are unfair, discriminatory or misleading, that encourage misrepresentation or misunderstandings of the agreement, that might endanger the solvency of the plan or legal expense organization or that are contrary to law.
(2) For the duration of each written membership and provider agreement and for six years following its termination, a legal expense organization shall maintain at its principal administrative office adequate books and records of all transactions between the plan and the providing attorneys, and adequate books and records of all transactions between the plan and members thereof. The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services shall have reasonable access to the books and records so long as access does not violate or conflict with the attorney-client privilege recognized under the laws of the State of Oregon. [1989 c.331 §13]Section: Previous 750.535 750.545 750.555 750.565 750.575 750.585 750.595 750.605 750.615 750.625 750.635 750.645 750.655 750.675 750.685 Next
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