N.J.S.A 17:33B-33. Applicability; “renewal” defined

17:33B-33. Applicability; “renewal” defined

a. The provisions of sections 41 through 48 shall be applicable to all automobile physical damage insurance policies covering automobiles, as defined in section 2 of P.L.1972, C. 70 (39:6A-2 DefinitionS.), registered in this State.

b. As used in this section and section 42 of this act, “renewal” means the issuance and delivery by an insurer, at the end of the policy period, of a policy superseding a policy previously issued and delivered by the same insurer, or the issuance and delivery of a certificate or notice extending the term of a policy beyond its policy period or term. Any policy with a policy period or term of less than one year shall, for the purpose of determining each renewal date pursuant to section 42 of this act, be considered as if written for a policy period or term of one year commencing with the annual anniversary date, and any policy written for a period or term of more than one year or any policy with no fixed expiration date shall, for the purpose of section 42 of this act, be considered as if written for successive policy periods or terms of one year commencing with the annual anniversary date.

C. No policy providing automobile physical damage insurance shall be issued, delivered or renewed unless the provisions of section 42 through section 48 are complied with.

L.1990,C. 8,S.41.


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