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What is a notice of replacement?
A replacement occurs when a new policy or contract is purchased and, in connection with the sale, you discontinue making premium payments on the existing policy or contract, or an existing policy or contract is surrendered, forfeited, assigned to the replacing insurer, or otherwise terminated or used in a financial ...
How must a replacing producer response to an applicant wishing to replace existing life?
A producer involved in a replacement transaction must leave with the applicant a notice regarding replacement and all of the sales material used in the presentation. In addition, the producer is responsible for obtaining a list of all existing insurance.
What is a replacing insurer?
Replacement is defined as changes in existing coverage, usually with coverage from one insurer being "replaced" with coverage from another. It is, however, a practice that can lead to ethical lapses. Agents should be aware that replacement of coverage can, in some cases, be inappropriate and therefore unethical.
What is the replacement regulation?
(1) To regulate the activities of insurers and producers with respect to the replacement of existing life insurance and annuities. (2) To protect the interests of life insurance and annuity purchasers by establishing minimum standards of conduct to be observed in replacement or financed purchase transactions.