Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 49
MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 12
MOTOR VEHICLE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
49-1231.  Certificate of liability insurance — How acquired. (1) A certificate of liability insurance to be effective must be issued by an insurance or surety company authorized to do business in this state, by an authorized agent of such a company, or by the director of the department of insurance. The certificate of liability insurance shall be in a form prescribed by the director of the department of insurance. Upon purchase or renewal of a policy of insurance or upon request of its insured, an insurance or surety company or its authorized agent shall issue a certificate of liability insurance and present it to its insured. An insurance or surety company or its authorized agent shall not charge a fee for a certificate of liability insurance.
(2)  When to the satisfaction of the director of the department of insurance it appears that a bond or cash deposit complying with the requirements of this chapter has been deposited with him, he shall issue to the motor vehicle owner a certificate of liability insurance.

History:
[49-1231, added 1988, ch. 265, sec. 319, p. 738.]


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