Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 48. Group Life Insurance
Section 10. Group Requirements For Group Contracts.
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AS 21.48.010. Group Requirements For Group Contracts.

(a) A group life insurance policy may not be delivered in this state insuring the lives of more than one individual unless

(1) the policyholder was formed for purposes other than obtaining insurance or is a trust established by one or more employers or labor unions or by one or more employers and labor unions;

(2) the policy covers at least two individuals at the date of issue;

(3) an individual eligible for coverage is subject to uniformly applied standards of insurability as may be imposed by the insurer;

(4) amounts of group life insurance are determined based on some plan that will preclude individual selection; and

(5) the group life insurance contract is in compliance with the other applicable provisions of this chapter.

(b) The provisions of (a) of this section do not apply to life insurance policies

(1) insuring only individuals related by blood, marriage, or legal adoption;

(2) insuring only individuals having a common interest through ownership of a business enterprise, or a substantial legal interest or equity in a business enterprise, and who are actively engaged in its management; or

(3) insuring only individuals otherwise having an insurable interest in each other's lives.

(c) Insurance under a group life insurance policy may be extended to insure dependents. Notwithstanding AS 21.48.170 , only one certificate need be issued for delivery to an insured person if a statement concerning a dependent's coverage is included in the certificate.

(d) In this section, "dependents" means the spouse and dependent children of an employee or member of the group.

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