N.J.S.A 17:46C-21. Applications, filings and reports as public documents; application of attorney-client privilege; validity of independent judgment of attorney

17:46C-21. Applications, filings and reports as public documents; application of attorney-client privilege; validity of independent judgment of attorney

All applications, filings, and reports required under this act shall be treated as public documentS.Nothing contained in this act shall require the filing, reporting or disclosure of information or material which is subject to an attorney-client privilege or confidence, and no insurer shall question the independent judgment of an attorney providing legal services hereunder.

L.1981, C.160, s.21.

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