Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 39. Rates and Rating Organizations
Section 70. Deviations.
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AS 21.39.070. Deviations.

(a) Each member of or subscriber to a rating organization shall adhere to the filings made on its behalf by the organization except that an insurer may make written application to the director to file a deviation, which in the case of casualty insurance may only be a uniform percentage deviation, from the class rates, schedules, rating plans, or rules respecting a kind of insurance, or class of risk within a kind of insurance, or combination thereof. The application must specify the basis for the modification and a copy shall also be sent simultaneously to the rating organization. In considering the application to file the deviation the director shall give consideration to the available statistics and the principles for rate making as provided in AS 21.39.030 . The director shall issue an order permitting the deviation for the insurer to be filed on a finding that it is justified and it shall become effective. The director shall issue an order denying the application on a finding that the deviation applied for does not meet the requirements of this chapter.

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 12 Ch 88 SLA 2005].

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