DISABILITY INSURANCE POLICIES
41-2137. Franchise Disability Insurance Law. Disability insurance on a franchise plan is hereby declared to be that form of disability insurance issued to:
(1) Four (4) or more employees of any corporation, copartnership, or individual employer or any governmental corporation, agency or department thereof; or
(2) Ten (10) or more members, employees or employees of members of any trade or professional association or of a labor union or of any other association having had an active existence for at least two years where such association or union has a constitution or by-laws and is formed in good faith for purposes other than that of obtaining insurance; where such persons with or without their dependents, are issued the same form of an individual policy varying only as to amounts and kinds of coverage applied for by such persons under an arrangement whereby the premiums on such policies may be paid to the insurer periodically by the employer, with or without payroll deductions, or by the association or union for its members, or by some designated person acting on behalf of such employer or association or union. The term "employees" as used herein may be deemed to include the officers, managers and employees and retired employees of the employer and the individual proprietor or partnership.
[41-2137, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 526, p. 645.]