NOTICE GIVEN BY A FIRM
THE INSURERS ACT GIVES YOU IMPORTANT RIGHTS.
The Act allows you to cancel an insurance contract that you entered into without the intermediary of a representative within 10 days after receiving the policy, without penalty, unless the contract has expired at that time.
To cancel a contract, you must give the insurer notice, within that time, by registered mail or any other means that allows you to obtain an acknowledgement of receipt.
Caution: You may lose advantageous conditions as a result of this insurance contract. Contact your insurer or consult your contract.
After that period expires, you may cancel the insurance at any time; however, penalties may apply.
For further information, contact the Autorité des marchés financiers at 1-877-525-0337 or visit www.lautorite.qc.ca.
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF AN INSURANCE CONTRACT
|(name of insurer)|
| || || |
|(address of insurer)|
|Date : _____________________________________________||(date of sending of notice)|
|Pursuant to section 64 of the Insurers Act, I hereby cancel insurance contract no.:|
| ||(number of contract, if indicated)|| |
|Entered into on:||__________________________________||(date of signature of contract)|
|In: ________________________________________________||(place of signature of contract)|
|__________________________________________________||(name of client)|
|__________________________________________________||(signature of client)|