AN ACT TO REPEAL OUTDATED AND UNNECESSARY INSURANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. Enacted June 19, 2015. Effective June 19, 2015.
Summary date: Jun 22 2015 - More information
Summary date: Jun 3 2015 - More information
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
In addition to the repeal of GS 58-2-170, GS 58-36-3(c), GS 58-40-130(e), and GS 58-50-95, the committee substitute also repeals GS 58-3-191(a) and (b1) (concerning managed care reports and disclosure requirements) and GS 58-67-140(a)(7) (concerning the revocation or suspension of an HMO license for publishing or making false statements or reports to the Department of Insurance).
Summary date: Mar 24 2015 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Removes GS 58-36-3(c) and GS 58-40-130(e) from the list of statutory provisions repealed in the 1st edition. Makes a conforming change deleting language regarding reporting requirements in the aforementioned statutes.
Summary date: Jan 28 2015 - More information
As the title indicates.
Repeals the following General Statutes: 58-2-170, 58-3-191(a) and(b1), 58-67-140(a)(7), 58-36-3(c), 58-40-130(e), and 58-50-95 concerning specified insurance reports.
Amends GS 58-2-165(b) to provide that the Commissioner of Insurance (Commissioner) may require statements under thisstatute (was, alsounder GS 58-2-170) and GS 58-2-190 to be filed in a format that can be read by electronic data processing equipment within specified limitations.
Applies to reports otherwise required to be filed on or after July 1, 2015.
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