N.J.S.A 17:48E-18. Annual contract, renewal; family coverage

17:48E-18. Annual contract, renewal; family coverage

a. Every individual contract made by a health service corporation shall provide coverage for a specified period of not less than one year, and no contract shall be made providing for the inception of coverage at a date later than one year after the actual date of the making of the contract, without the prior approval of the commissioner. The contract may provide that it shall be automatically renewed from year to year unless there shall have been at least 30 days’ prior written notice of termination by either the subscriber or the health service corporation. In the absence of fraud or material misrepresentation in the application for a contract or for reinstatement, no contract with an individual subscriber shall be terminated by the health service corporation unless all contracts of the same type, in the same group or covering the same classification of persons are terminated under the same conditions.

b. No contract between a health service corporation and a subscriber shall entitle more than one person to coverage, except that a contract issued as a family contract may provide that coverage will be furnished to a husband and wife, or husband, wife and their dependent child or children, or the subscriber and his, or her, dependent child or children. Adult dependents of a subscriber may also be included for coverage under the contract of the subscriber.

L. 1985, C.236, s.18, eff. July 15, 1985.


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