§ 27-6-13. Suspension or modification of requirements Examinations as to fairness.
Under the rules and regulations that he or she shall adopt, the commissioner may, by written order, suspend or modify the requirement of filing as to any kind of insurance, or subdivision or combination of it, or as to classes of risks, the rates for which cannot practicably be filed before they are used. Those orders, rules, and regulations shall be made known to insurers and rating organizations affected by them. The commissioner may make an examination as he or she may deem advisable to ascertain whether any rates affected by an order meet the standards set forth in § 27-6-4(2).
(P.L. 1948, ch. 2088, § 4; G.L. 1956, § 27-6-13.)