D-9.2, r. 5.1 - Regulation respecting damage insurance brokerage

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chapter D-9.2, r. 5.1
Regulation respecting damage insurance brokerage
DISTRIBUTION OF FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES — DAMAGE INSURANCE BROKERAGE
Act respecting the distribution of financial products and services
(chapter D-9.2, ss. 31, 38, 202, par. 2, 208, 223, pars. 1, 13 and 13.1).
D-9.2
November 14 2019December 13 2019
CHAPTER I
CLASSES OF DAMAGE INSURANCE PRODUCTS
2019-07, c. IM.O. 2019-07, c. I.
1. For the purposes of section 38 of the Act respecting the distribution of financial products and services (chapter D-9.2), the classes of damage insurance products are as follows:
(1)  automobile insurance; and
(2)  home insurance, that is, property and civil liability insurance on the principal residence that the insured owns or rents.
An endorsement to an insurance policy that is a product belonging to one of these classes belongs to that same class only if it is offered concurrently with the principal coverage provided in the policy.
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 1.
CHAPTER II
DISCLOSURE
2019-07, c. IIM.O. 2019-07, c. II.
2. A damage insurance broker who offers a product belonging to one of the classes referred to in the first paragraph of section 1 directly to the public must, before inquiring into the client’s situation in accordance with the first paragraph of section 27 of the Act respecting the distribution of financial products and services (chapter D-9.2), disclose to the client the name of any insurer with which the aggregate of risks placed represents 60% or more of the total volume of risks placed in personal-lines damage insurance by him as an independent representative or by the firm or the independent partnership on behalf of whom he is acting, calculated on the value basis of written premiums annualized as at 31 December of each year, as well as this percentage.
Brokers who make the disclosure referred to in the first paragraph are exempted from the following obligations:
(1)  the obligation under section 4.8 of the Regulation respecting information to be provided to consumers (chapter D-9.2, r. 18) to disclose the business relationship referred to in the second paragraph of section 4.10 of the Regulation; and
(2)  the obligation under section 4.13 of the Regulation to confirm in writing the disclosure referred to subparagraph 1.
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 2.
CHAPTER III
AMENDING AND FINAL PROVISIONS
2019-07, c. IIIM.O. 2019-07, c. III.
3. (Amendments integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 15, Div. 2.1 and s. 9.1).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 3.
4. (Amendment integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 15, s. 11).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 4.
5. (Amendment integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 15, s. 13).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 5.
6. (Amendment integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 15, s. 14.1).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 6.
7. (Amendment integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 15, s. 14.6).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 7.
8. (Amendment integrated into c. D-9.2, r. 16.1, s. 7).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 8.
9. (Omitted).
2019-07M.O. 2019-07, s. 9.
REFERENCES
M.O. 2019-07, 2019 G.O. 2, 2918