Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 53. Long-Term Care Insurance
Section 90. Required Regulations.
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AS 21.53.090. Required Regulations.

The director shall adopt regulations regarding

(1) the sale of long-term care insurance that provide minimum standards for

(A) terms of renewability;

(B) initial and subsequent conditions of eligibility;

(C) nonduplication of coverage provisions;

(D) coverage of dependents;

(E) benefit triggers;

(F) preexisting conditions and recurrent conditions;

(G) termination of insurance;

(H) continuation or conversion;

(I) probationary periods, limitations, exceptions, reductions, and elimination periods; and

(J) requirements for replacement;

(2) standard definitions of long-term care insurance terms;

(3) nonforfeiture or minimum value requirements; and

(4) consumer protection standards, including standards for full and fair disclosure setting out the manner and content of required disclosures.

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