It is unlawful for any person to:
(1) procure or cause to be procured or effected a policy in violation of section 60A.0783;
(2) engage in STOLI practices or otherwise wager on life;
(3) solicit, market, or otherwise promote the purchase of a policy for the purpose of or with an emphasis on the subsequent sale of the policy in the secondary market;
(4) enter into a premium finance agreement with any person or agency, or any person affiliated with such person or agency, pursuant to which the lender or any person affiliated with the lender shall receive any proceeds, fees, or other consideration, directly or indirectly, from the policy or policyowner or any other person with respect to the premium finance agreement or any settlement contract or other transaction related to such policy that are in addition to the amounts required to pay the principal, interest, and service charges related to policy premiums pursuant to the premium finance agreement or subsequent sale of such agreement; provided, further, that any payments, charges, fees, or other amounts in addition to the amounts required to pay the principal, interest, and service charges related to policy premiums paid under the premium finance agreement shall be remitted to the insured or to the insured's estate if the insured is not living at the time of the determination of the overpayment; or
(5) enter into or to offer to enter into a settlement contract prior to the issuance of a policy that is the subject of the settlement contract or proposed settlement contract.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes