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Section 3916.10 | Limiting contact with insured after settlement has occurred.


After a viatical settlement has occurred, contact with the insured for the purpose of determining the health status of the insured shall be made only by the viatical settlement provider, or the authorized representative of the viatical settlement provider. The viatical settlement provider, or authorized representative shall not contact the insured for the purpose of determining the insured's health status more than once every three months if the insured has a life expectancy of more than one year, or more than once per month if the insured has a life expectancy of one year or less. The viatical settlement provider shall explain the procedure for making these contacts at the time the viatical settlement contract is entered into.

The limitations set forth in this section do not apply to contacts made with an insured under a viaticated policy for purposes other than to determine the insured's health status.

Viatical settlement providers are responsible for the actions of their authorized representatives, for the purposes of this section except viatical settlement providers are not responsible for the actions of subsequent purchasers of a policy.

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