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Industrial Assurance (Northern Ireland) Order 1979

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1.  The following matters shall be set out in premium receipt books pursuant to Article 22—N.I.

(a)[F1as to the following provisions of this Order (or of rules as mentioned below), either—

(i)those provisions, or

(ii)with the consent of the Financial Services Authority, a statement which sets out the effect of any such provision—]

F2. . . F1. . . F2. . . F1. . .
Article 21[F1 rules made by the Financial Services Authority relating to premium receipt books].Premium receipt books.
Article 27(2) to (5)Misstatements, and non-disclosure, in proposals.
Article 28Return of policies and premium receipt books after inspection.
Article 29Notice before forfeiture.
Article 30Provisions as to forfeited policies.
Article 33Payment of claims.
Article 36Disputes.
Article 48Notices.
Paragraphs 2, 3, 10 and 11 of Schedule 3 to this Order (in the case of industrial assurance companies only)F1. . . Insurances on the life of parent or grandparent; limit on amount, and prohibition of assignment or charge.
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(b)as to the following provisions of this Order,F2. . . and of the Friendly Societies Act, a statement which, in the opinion of the[F2 Commission], sufficiently sets out the effect thereof—

F1. . . F1. . .
Paragraphs 5 to 9 of Schedule 3 to this Order (in the case of industrial assurance companies only) and Schedule 5 to the Friendly Societies Act (in the case of collecting societies only).Death certificates in connection with payments referred to in paragraph 2 of Schedule 3 to this Order or, as the case may be, in[F2 section 72] of the Friendly Societies Act.

Para. 2 rep. by 1992 c. 40

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