Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 51. Health Insurance Policies
Section 270. Renewal at Option of Insurer.
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AS 21.51.270. Renewal at Option of Insurer.

Health insurance policies, other than accident insurance only policies, in which the insurer reserves the right to refuse renewal on an individual basis, must provide in substance in a provision or in an endorsement or rider attached to it that, subject to the right to terminate the policy upon nonpayment of premium when due, the right to refuse renewal may not be exercised to take effect before the renewal date occurring on or after and nearest each policy anniversary, or in the case of lapse and reinstatement, at the renewal date occurring on or after and nearest each anniversary of the last reinstatement, and a refusal of renewal shall be without prejudice to any claim originating while the policy is in force. The parenthetic reference to lapse and reinstatement may be omitted at the insurer's option.

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