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Dec 16
Your Questions About '220 Letters' Answered

​We get frequent questions (that is, six or more in the last two weeks) about cancellation, non-renewal and conditional renewal letters from insurers. A lot of members refer to these as "220 letters," so called because the law that requires them for many types of commercial lines policies (Section 3426 of the New York Insurance Law) was enacted as Chapter 220 of the Laws of 1986. 

Here in one place are links to some of our posts and answers to member questions about what insurers are and are not required to do. This list will likely grow with time, but here is some information to help you out for today:


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