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67A.191 COMBINATION POLICIES.

Subdivision 1.Qualified risks.

A township mutual fire insurance company may issue an insurance policy for qualified and secondary property as defined in section 67A.14, subdivision 1, in combination with a policy issued by an insurer authorized to sell property and casualty insurance in this state. The portions of the combination policy issued by a township mutual insurance company, including those that insure dwellings, whether or not owner occupied, are excluded from all provisions of the insurance laws of this state as provided in section 67A.25, subdivision 2.

Subd. 2.Homeowner's risks.

A township mutual fire insurance company may market and issue policies known as "homeowner's insurance" as defined in section 65A.27, subdivision 4, only in combination with a policy issued by an insurer authorized to sell property and casualty insurance in this state. All portions of the combination policy providing homeowner's insurance, including those issued by a township mutual insurance company, are subject to the provisions of chapter 65A and sections 72A.20 and 72A.201.