2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 22:1479 — Written catastrophe response plans
§1479. Written catastrophe response plans
Every insurer writing any form of commercial or residential property insurance, automobile insurance, marine, or inland marine insurance shall maintain a written catastrophe response plan or plan that describes how the insurer will respond to a catastrophe affecting its policyholders. During an examination required by R.S. 22:1301, or at such other time as the commissioner deems appropriate, he shall review the written catastrophe response plan of each insurer, the insurance written, and the response plan most appropriate for the type of insureds at issue. The written catastrophe response plan of each insurer shall be deemed to be confidential, proprietary information subject to the protections of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, pursuant to Chapter 13-A of Title 51 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, shall not be subject to the public records disclosures of R.S. 44:1, and shall not be made public by the commissioner.
Acts 2006, No. 429, §1.
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