Term and cancellation of consumer credit insurance.
1.The term of any consumer credit insurance must not extend beyond the date of termination specified in the policy. The date of termination of the insurance must not occur more than 15 days after the scheduled maturity date of the debt to which it relates unless:
(a)The date is extended at no additional cost to the debtor; or
(b)The date is extended pursuant to a written agreement signed by the debtor and relates to a variable rate credit transaction or a deferral, renewal, refinancing or consolidation of debt.
2.If a debt is discharged because of any renewal, refinancing or consolidation before the scheduled date of termination of the consumer credit insurance, the insurance must be cancelled before any new consumer credit insurance is written in relation to the renewed, refinanced or consolidated debt.
3.If consumer credit insurance is terminated before the scheduled termination date, unless the insurance is terminated because of the performance by the insurer of all obligations with respect to the insurance, the insurer shall make an appropriate refund or credit to the debtor of any unearned charge that was paid by the debtor.
4.A debtor may cancel consumer credit insurance at any time by providing a request to the insurer. The insurer may require the request to be submitted in writing and may require the debtor to surrender any individual policy or group certificate. The right of the debtor to cancel the insurance may be subject to the terms of the credit transaction.
Section 690A.067 — Term and cancellation of consumer credit insurance.,