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2011 Florida Statutes

F.S. 627.6496
1627.6496 Issuing of policies.The coverage provided by this plan shall be directly insured by the association, and the policies shall be issued through the administrator pursuant to s. 627.6498(1)(a).
History.ss. 496(2nd), 809(2nd), ch. 82-243; s. 79, ch. 82-386; s. 20, ch. 89-167; ss. 9, 13, 14, ch. 90-334; s. 7, ch. 91-304; s. 4, ch. 91-429; s. 22, ch. 2004-297.
1Note.

A. Section 12, ch. 90-334, provides that “[i]f an [assessment] against any insurer or insurers under the Florida Comprehensive Health Association Act is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unlawful or prohibited, it is the intent of the Legislature that all provisions in ss. 627.648-627.6498 relating to assessments for funding the deficit of the association that were in effect on January 1, 1990 be reenacted and reinstated.”

B. As amended by s. 7, ch. 91-304. Section 10(2) and (3), ch. 91-304, provides that:

“(2) In the event that the application of the assessment to minimum premium plans, stop-loss plans or any other specific type of insurer or health insurance is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unlawful, then the assessment method specified in this act shall continue to apply to all other insurers.

“(3) The provisions of section 12 of chapter 90-335 [The reference is apparently in error. Section 12, ch. 90-335, concerns public printing; ch. 90-334 is relevant], Laws of Florida, shall continue in full force and effect, but the provisions of this section shall control to the extent of any conflict.”

C. Section 22, ch. 2004-297, provides that “[u]pon implementation, as defined in s. 627.64872(2), Florida Statutes, and as provided in s. 627.64872(20), Florida Statutes, of the Florida Health Insurance Plan created under s. 627.64872, Florida Statutes, sections 627.6488, 627.6489, 627.649, 627.6492, 627.6494, 627.6496, and 627.6498, Florida Statutes, are repealed.”