N.J.S.A 17:48H-6 Notice of change, modification.

17:48H-6 Notice of change, modification.

6. a. A certified organized delivery system, unless otherwise provided for in this act, shall not materially modify any matter or document furnished to the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance pursuant to section 4 of this act unless the organized delivery system files with the commissioner, at least 60 days prior to use or adoption of the change, a notice of the change or modification, together with that information required by the commissioner to explain the change or modification. If the commissioner fails to affirmatively approve or disapprove the change or modification within 60 days of submission of the notice, the notice of modification shall be deemed approved. The commissioner may extend the 60-day review period for not more than 30 additional days by giving written notice of the extension before the expiration of the 60-day period. If a change or modification is disapproved, the commissioner shall notify the system in writing and specify the reason for the disapproval.

b. Prior to entering into any contract with a carrier, a certified organized delivery system shall file with the commissioner, for the commissioner’s approval, a copy of that contract. The filing shall be made no later than 60 days prior to the date that the contract is intended to be in effect. If the contract is not disapproved prior to the effective date by the commissioner, the contract shall be deemed approved.

L.1999, c.409, s.6; amended 2012, c.17, s.42.


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