THE INSURANCE CONTRACT
41-1825. Renewal by certificate. Any insurance policy terminating by its terms at a specified expiration date and not otherwise renewable, may be renewed or extended at the option of the insurer and upon a currently authorized policy form and at the premium rate then required therefor, for a specific additional period or periods by certificate or by endorsement of the policy, and without requiring the issuance of a new policy.
[41-1825, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 417, p. 645.]