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An insurer shall furnish, upon written request of the person claiming to have a loss under an insurance contract issued by the insurer, forms of proof of loss for completion by the person, but the insurer is not, by reason of the requirement to furnish forms, responsible for or with reference to the completion of the proof or the manner of the completion or attempted completion.
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