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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 14. Insurance
Title 14. Insurance
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Insurance

Chapter 80.
Rules Governing Variable Life Insurance
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  • Article III.
    Qualification of Insurer to Issue Variable Life Insurance
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  • Section 30
    Licensing and approval to do business in the Commonwealth
    Section 40
    Filing for approval to do business in the Commonwealth
    Section 50
    Standards of suitability
    Section 60
    Use of sales materials
    Section 70
    Requirements applicable to contractual services
    Section 80
    Reports to the Commission
    Section 90
    Authority of Commission to disapprove
  • Article V.
    Reserve Liabilities for Variable Life Insurance [Repealed]
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  • Section 160
  • Article VII.
    Information Furnished to Applicants
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  • Section 300
    Information furnished to applicants
  • Article XI.
    Qualifications of Agents for the Sale of Variable Life Insurance
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  • Section 340
    Qualification to sell variable life insurance
    Section 350
    Reports of disciplinary actions
    Section 360
    Refusal to qualify agent to sell variable life insurance: suspension, revocation, or nonrenewal of qualification

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