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Section 3923.08 | Nonconflicting provisions permitted in policy.


Any foreign or alien insurer authorized to do business in this state may, with the approval of the superintendent of insurance, insert in any policy of sickness and accident insurance, delivered, issued for delivery, or used in this state, any provision required by the laws of the state or the country in which such insurer is domiciled, if such provision is not substantially in conflict with any law of this state.

Any domestic insurer may insert in any such policy issued for delivery in another state or foreign country, and governed by the laws thereof, any provision required by the laws of such other state or country applicable to such policy.

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