2019 Maryland Code
Insurance
Title 27 - Unfair Trade Practices and Other Prohibited Practices
Subtitle 8 - Reporting and Preventing Insurance Fraud
§ 27-801. Definitions

Universal Citation: MD Ins Code § 27-801 (2019)

    (a)    In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

    (b)    “Fraud Division” means the Insurance Fraud Division in the Administration.

    (c)    “Insurance fraud” means:

        (1)    a violation of Subtitle 4 of this title;

        (2)    theft, as set out in §§ 7–101 through 7–104 of the Criminal Law Article:

            (i)    from a person regulated under this article; or

            (ii)    by a person regulated under this article or an officer, director, agent, or employee of a person regulated under this article;

        (3)    a violation of § 9–1106 of the Labor and Employment Article; or

        (4)    any other fraudulent activity that is committed by or against a person regulated under this article and is a violation of:

            (i)    Title 1, Subtitle 3 of the Agriculture Article;

            (ii)    Title 19, Subtitle 2 or Subtitle 3 of the Business Regulation Article;

            (iii)    Title 14, Subtitle 29, § 11–810 or § 14–1317 of the Commercial Law Article;

            (iv)    the Criminal Law Article other than Title 8, Subtitle 2, Part II or § 10–614;

            (v)    Title 12, Subtitle 9 of the Financial Institutions Article;

            (vi)    § 14–127 of the Real Property Article;

            (vii)    § 6–301 of the Alcoholic Beverages Article;

            (viii)    § 109 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Caroline County;

            (ix)    § 4–103 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Carroll County; or

            (x)    § 8A–1 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Talbot County.

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