Section 3923.21 | Prohibition against delivery of policy on disapproved insurance form.
If, after notice and hearing, the superintendent of insurance finds that any insurer, insurance agent, solicitor, or broker has delivered or issued for delivery or use in this state any policy of sickness and accident insurance on a form which has been disapproved by the superintendent of insurance or has violated sections 3923.01 to 3923.22, inclusive, of the Revised Code, or an order of the superintendent made in accordance with such sections, the superintendent may suspend the authority of such insurer to transact business within this state for a period of not more than ninety days. In the case of an agent, solicitor, or broker the superintendent may suspend the license issued to such agent, solicitor, or broker for a period of not more than ninety days.
If the superintendent finds that any such insurer, insurance agent, solicitor, or broker has willfully done any of the acts referred to in the preceding paragraph he may revoke the license of such insurer, agent, solicitor, or broker for any such willful violation.
Available Versions of this Section
- September 29, 1955 – Senate Bill 365 - 101st General Assembly [ View September 29, 1955 Version ]