Idaho Statutes

41-1608.  Effective date of filing. (1) The director shall review filings as soon as reasonably possible after they have been made in order to determine whether they meet the requirements of this chapter.
(2)  Subject to the exception specified in subsection (3) below, each filing shall be on file for a waiting period of sixty (60) days before it becomes effective. Upon the written application by the insurer or rating organization, the director may authorize a filing which he has reviewed to become effective before expiration of the waiting period. A filing shall be deemed to meet the requirements of this chapter unless disapproved by the director within the waiting period or any extension thereof.
(3)  Any special filing with respect to a surety or guaranty bond required by law or by court or executive order or by order, rule or regulation of a public body, not covered by a previous filing, shall become effective when filed and shall be deemed to meet the requirements of this chapter until such time as the director reviews the filing and so long thereafter as the filing remains in effect.

[41-1608, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 369, p. 645; am. 1979, ch. 186, sec. 1, p. 544.]

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