D-9.2, r. 18 - Regulation respecting information to be provided to consumers

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4.4. Notwithstanding section 4.2, a damage insurance representative may disclose, after his services have been rendered, the fact that he receives, in addition to fees, any other type of remuneration by way of a statement on the invoice, provided:
(1)  the fees claimed by an agent, a damage insurance broker, a firm or an independent partnership on whose behalf he is acting;
(2)  the fees claimed are only to recover administrative fees of up to $50 for the personal-lines damage insurance sector class and $250 for the commercial-lines damage insurance sector class;
(3)  the administrative fees were declared at the time the contract was entered into; and
(4)  the administrative fees are listed separately on the invoice.
Decision 2003.02.11, s. 3; I.N. 2016-03-01.
4.4. Notwithstanding section 4.2, a damage insurance representative may disclose, after his services have been rendered, the fact that he receives, in addition to fees, any other type of remuneration by way of a statement on the invoice, provided:
(1)  the fees claimed by an agent, a damage insurance broker, a firm or an independent partnership on whose behalf he is acting;
(2)  the fees claimed are only to recover administrative fees of up to $50 for the group insurance of persons sector class and $250 for the commercial-lines damage insurance sector class;
(3)  the administrative fees were declared at the time the contract was entered into; and
(4)  the administrative fees are listed separately on the invoice.
Decision 2003.02.11, s. 3.