2010 Michigan Compiled Laws
MICHIGAN DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE PROCEDURE ACT (EXCERPT)
Chapter 333 - HEALTH
Act 193 of 1996 - MICHIGAN DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE PROCEDURE ACT (333.1051 - 333.1067)
Section 333.1065 - Life insurer; prohibited acts.
Act 193 of 1996
333.1065 Life insurer; prohibited acts.
A life insurer shall not do any of the following because of the execution or implementation of an order:
(a) Refuse to provide or continue coverage to the declarant.
(b) Charge the declarant a higher premium.
(c) Offer a declarant different policy terms because the declarant has executed an order.
(d) Consider the terms of an existing policy of life insurance to have been breached or modified.
(e) Invoke a suicide or intentional death exemption or exclusion in a policy covering the declarant.
History: 1996, Act 193, Eff. Aug. 1, 1996
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