Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 66. Title Insurance Companies
Section 390. Making of Rates.
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AS 21.66.390. Making of Rates.

(a) A title insurance company shall make rates that are not excessive or inadequate, that do not unfairly discriminate between risks in this state that involve essentially the same exposure to loss and expense elements, and that give due consideration to

(1) the desirability for stability of rate structures;

(2) the necessity of assuring the financial solvency of title insurance companies in periods of economic depression by encouraging growth in assets of title insurance companies in periods of high business activity;

(3) the necessity for assuring a reasonable margin of underwriting and operating profit; and

(4) investment income.

(b) A title insurance company shall adopt basic classifications of policies or contracts of title insurance that shall be used as the basis for rate-making.

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