LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES AND ANNUITY CONTRACTS
41-1940E. ANNUITY CONSUMER PROTECTION — RECORDKEEPING. (1) Insurers, general agents, independent agencies, and producers shall maintain or be able to make available to the director records of the information collected from the consumer, disclosures made to the consumer including summaries of oral disclosures, and other information used in making the recommendations that were the basis for insurance transactions for five (5) years after the natural life of the contract. An insurer is permitted but shall not be required to maintain documentation on behalf of a producer.
(2) Records required to be maintained by the annuity consumer protections act may be maintained in paper, photographic, micro-process, magnetic, mechanical, or electronic media or by any process that accurately reproduces the actual document.
[41-1940E, added 2021, ch. 41, sec. 7, p. 120.]