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2003 Bulletins
Bulletins of Prior Years > 2002 > 2001
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Division of Insurance 03-34 Filings for the Investment Valuation Subsystem Under the Financial Examinations Monitoring System
Division of Insurance 03-33 Incorrect Rates Resulting from the Use of Mailing Address Rather than Garage Location
Division of Insurance 03-32

Homeowners Annual Comparison Survey

Division of Insurance 03-31 Legion Indemnity Insurance Company
Division of Banking 03-30 New Jersey Home Ownership Act of 2002
Division of Insurance 03-29 Producer Licensing
Division of Insurance 03-28

Revision to New Jersey Auto Insurance Buyer's Guide

Division of Insurance 03-27 Electronic Receipt and Transmission of Health Care Claim Information – Medicare and Medicaid Claims
Division of Insurance 03-26

Revised HINT Enrollment Forms - N.J.A.C. 11:22-3

Division of Insurance 03-25 Maximum Reserve Valuation and Nonforfeiture Rates
Division of Insurance 03-24 Mold/Fungus Exclusion Guidelines for Personal and Commercial Lines and Higher Limits Options
Division of Insurance 03-23

Annual Premium Survey: N.J.A.C. 11:3-45

Note: Companies may submit the APS using either the 2003 file or the 2002 file, however in either case the instructions (including those on the Start page and Appendix #2) in the 2003 file must be followed.
Companies that submit using the 2002 file should verify that on App3-2 that cell E24 has the formula "=TotalRate_3C_15". If it does not, this formula should be changed.

Division of Insurance 03-22 P.L. 2003, c. 152 Amending the Nonforfeiture Interest Rate for Individual Deferred Annuities
Division of Insurance 03-21 Changes to PIP Coverage Limits Above $75,000 up to $250,000 Pursuant to P.L. 2003, c. 89
Division of Insurance 03-20 Electronic Receipt and Transmission of Health Care Claim Information - Compliance with United States Department of Health and Human Services Electronic Transaction Standards
Division of Banking 03-19 Lock-In Agreements
Division of Banking 03-18 Advertising Practices
Division of Insurance 03-17 Sample Coordination of Benefits Contract Language
Division of Insurance 03-16 Illegal Health Insurance Plans Soliciting Stop Loss Coverage
Division of Insurance Joint Bulletion 03-01 Collection and Use of Demographic Data
Division of Banking 03-15 New Jersey Home Ownership Security Act of 2002
Division of Insurance 03-14 Implementation of PL 2003, c. 89
Division of Insurance 03-13 Excess Profits
Division of Banking
Division of Insurance
03-12 Voluntary Program for New Jersey's Domestic Security Efforts
Division of Banking
Division of Insurance
NJ Real Estate Commission
03-11 Disruption of Coverage as a Result of Military Service
Division of Insurance 03-10 Electronic Receipt and Transmission of Health Care Claim Information - Compliance with United States Department of Health and Human Services Final Electronic Transaction Standards
Division of Insurance 03-09 Enactment of P.L.2003, Ch. 27 Requiring Notification by Insurers to Employers With Regard to Health Benefit Plans
Division of Insurance 03-08 Professional Liability Protection for Persons Ordered to Active Duty
Division of Insurance 03-07

Adoption of NJAC 11:1-25.4 Governing Designation of Recipient for Service of Process

Division of Insurance 03-06

Voluntary Written Exposure and Primary Classification Data

Division of Insurance 03-05 Reporting Financial Disclosure and Excess Profits - Exhibits
Division of Insurance 03-04 Prompt Payment of Claims Reporting Requirements at N.J.S.A. 17B:30-30, N.J.A.C. 11:22-1.9, and Bulletins 02-07 and 02-12
Division of Insurance 03-03 Adoption of New Rules - Surplus Lines Insurance Policy Form Approval Procedure, Standards and Placements of Coverage with Surplus Lines Insurers and Eligible Unauthorized Insurers, N.J.A.C. 11:1-33
Division of Insurance 03-02 Impermissible Practice of Retainer Medicine by Network Physicians (Bulletin issued by DOBI and DHSS)
Division of Insurance 03-02

Earthquake Damage Endorsement

Division of Insurance 03-01 Current Market Conditions and the Time Period for Notifying Policyholders of Non-Renewal
 
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