(a) Each insurer marketing policies to which sections 61A.70 to 61A.745 are applicable shall notify the commissioner whether a policy form is to be marketed with or without an illustration. For all policy forms being actively marketed on January 1, 2008, the insurer shall identify in writing those forms and whether or not an illustration will be used with them. For policy forms filed after January 1, 2008, the identification must be made at the time of filing. Any previous identification may be changed by notice to the commissioner.
(b) If the insurer identifies a policy form as one to be marketed without an illustration, any use of an illustration for any policy using that form prior to the first policy anniversary is prohibited.
(c) If a policy form is identified by the insurer as one to be marketed with an illustration, a basic illustration prepared and delivered in accordance with sections 61A.70 to 61A.745 is required, except that a basic illustration need not be provided to individual members of a group or to individuals insured under multiple lives coverage issued to a single applicant unless the coverage is marketed to these individuals. The illustration furnished an applicant for a group life insurance policy or policies issued to a single applicant on multiple lives may be either an individual or composite illustration representative of the coverage on the lives of members of the group or the multiple lives covered.
(d) Potential enrollees of nonterm group life subject to sections 61A.70 to 61A.745 shall be furnished a quotation with the enrollment materials. The quotation must show potential policy values for sample ages and policy years on a guaranteed and nonguaranteed basis appropriate to the group and the coverage. This quotation must not be considered an illustration for purposes of sections 61A.70 to 61A.745, but all information provided shall be consistent with the illustrated scale. A basic illustration must be provided at delivery of the certificate to enrollees for nonterm group life who enroll for more than the minimum premium necessary to provide pure death benefit protection. In addition, the insurer shall make a basic illustration available to any nonterm group life enrollee who requests it.