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2013-2014 DOI Rulemaking Activity

The following describes ongoing Department of Insurance rulemaking activity prior to the 2014 legislative session.

Rules Pertaining To Bail Agents

This rulemaking will likely delete sections and from Rule 18.01.04 to conform the rule to the interpretation of Idaho Code 41-1042 consistent with the Idaho Supreme Court’s ruling in Two Jinn v. Idaho Department of Insurance, 154 Idaho 1, 293 P.3d 150 (2013).

18.01.04 – Notice of Negotiated Rulmaking.

18.01.04 – Draft of Rule for Negotiated Rulmaking.

Rules Pertaining to the Idaho Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act

This rulemaking will update the existing rule consistent with changes made to title 41, chapter 38, Idaho Code during the 2013 legislative session in House Bill 197 affecting insurance holding company systems. Changes will include, but not be limited to, setting forth the elements of the new filing requirements for a new Form F – Enterprise Risk Report.

18.01.23 – Notice of Negotiated Rulmaking.

18.01.23 – Draft of Rule for Negotiated Rulmaking.

Individual Disability and Group Supplemental Disability Insurance Minimum Standards

The purpose of the negotiated rulemaking for IDAPA 18.01.30 was to revise rules to standardize and simplify the terms and coverages of individual disability policies and group supplemental health insurance policies and certificates under Chapters 21, 22, 34, 39, 42, 52 and 55, of Title 41, Idaho Code. Following negotiated rulemaking, the Department has determined it will not pursue proposed rulemaking at this time.

Adoption of The International Fire Code

To revise language in IDAPA 18.01.50 to adopt the 2012 edition of the International Fire Code. This adoption will include revisions made to previous editions of the International Fire Code. This rule will bring the adopted edition of the International Fire Code current with the edition of the Building Code adopted by the Legislature in 2013.

18.01.50 – Notice of Negotiated Rulmaking