CONSUMER GUARANTY CONTRACTS
415-C:8 Reimbursement Insurance Policies.
I. Consumer guaranty contracts insured under a reimbursement insurance policy shall state:
(a) The name, address, and toll-free number of the reimbursement insurer; and
(b) The obligation of the reimbursement insurer to reimburse or, in the event of the obligor's non-performance, to pay on behalf of the obligor any sums the obligor is legally obligated to pay or shall provide the service which the obligor is legally obligated to undertake according to the obligor's contractual obligations under the consumer guaranty contracts issued or sold by the obligor. In the event the obligor does not provide for covered services within 60 days after the contract holder has submitted proof of loss to the obligor, the contract holder is entitled to apply directly to the reimbursement insurance company for satisfaction.
II. This chapter shall not prevent or limit the right of an insurer which issued a reimbursement insurance policy to seek indemnification or subrogation against an obligor if the issuer pays or is obligated to pay the contract holder sums that the obligor was obligated to pay pursuant to the provisions of the consumer guaranty contract or under a contractual agreement.
III. As applicable, an insurer that issued a reimbursement insurance policy shall not terminate the policy until a notice of termination in accordance with RSA 417-C has been mailed or delivered to the obligor. The termination of a reimbursement insurance policy shall not reduce the obligor's responsibility for consumer guaranty contracts issued by the obligor prior to the date of the termination.
Source. 2004, 224:1. 2015, 207:4, eff. Sept. 4, 2015.