17:46B-41. General provisions
The purposes of sections 41 to 52, inclusive, of this act are to promote the public welfare by regulating title insurance rates to the end that they shall not be excessive, inadequate or unfairly discriminatory and to authorize cooperative action between or among title insurance companies in rate making and other matters within the scope of said sectionS.Nothing herein is intended to prohibit or discourage reasonable competition, or to require, prohibit or discourage, except to the extent necessary to accomplish the purposes stated above, uniformity in title insurance rates, rating systems and rating plans and practiceS.The provisions of sections 41 to 52, inclusive, shall be liberally interpreted to make effective the purposes thereof as outlined in this section.
L.1975, C.106, s.40, eff. May 29, 1975.
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