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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 14. Insurance
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Insurance
9/27/2020

Chapter 90. Rules Governing Advertisement of Accident and Sickness InsuranceRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Applicability
Section 30
Definitions
Section 40
Method of disclosure of required information
Section 50
Form and content of advertisements
Section 55
Form and content of invitations to inquire
Section 60
Requirements applicable to advertisements of covered benefits; disclosures relating to exceptions, reductions, limitations; and pre-existing ...
Section 70
Necessity for disclosing policy provisions relating to renewability, cancellability, and termination
Section 80
Testimonials or endorsements by third parties
Section 90
Use of statistics
Section 100
Identification of plan or number of policies
Section 110
Disparaging comparisons and statements
Section 120
Jurisdictional licensing and status of insurer
Section 130
Identity of insurer
Section 140
Group or quasi-group implications
Section 150
Introductory, initial or special offers
Section 160
Statements about an insurer
Section 170
Enforcement procedures; advertising file; corrective advertising
Section 180
Severability

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