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Circular Number Circular Title Summary State(s) Date
LI-CL-2024-032 LI-DL-2024-047 LI-DP-2024-044 LI-FD-2024-016 LI-HO-2024-081 LI-MT-2024-036 LI-PA-2024-088 LI-PM-2024-016 LI-WT-2024-015 SUMMARY OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND COURT DECISIONS This circular provides updated summaries of Commercial Lines, Personal Auto and Personal Property and Specialty Program laws, regulations and court decisions under review as of April 12, 2024. All 4/30/2024
LI-GL-2024-049 2024 GENERAL LIABILITY INCREASED LIMITS EXPERIENCE REVIEWED BY STAFF This circular provides a summary of review indications and staff decisions relating to our 2024 General Liability increased limits review. All except GU, HI, VI 4/30/2024
LI-PA-2024-087 PERSONAL AUTO MODEL YEAR RATING PROGRAM: SHIFT TO BASE MODEL YEAR 2025 EXPLAINED The annual update of Model Year Rating program information provides the offset calculations and related actuarial information needed to shift to model year 2025 as the base model year. All except HI, MA, NC, PR 4/30/2024

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