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Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 No 10
Current version for 1 February 2019 to date (accessed 18 January 2020 at 20:13)
2.5 Issue of certificate of insurance
(cf s 11 MACA)
(1) If a licensed insurer accepts a premium for the insurance under a third-party policy of a motor vehicle, the licensed insurer must immediately issue a certificate of insurance to the owner of the vehicle.(2) If a licensed insurer accepts a premium for the insurance under a third-party policy of motor vehicles to which a trader’s plate is or is to be fixed, the licensed insurer must immediately issue a certificate of insurance to the trader.(3) A licensed insurer who issues such a certificate is taken to have issued a third-party policy for the motor vehicle or motor vehicles to which the certificate relates.(4) If 2 or more licensed insurers issue certificates of insurance which (but for this subsection) would be capable of having effect at the same time in respect of the same motor vehicle, a third-party policy is taken to have been issued only by the licensed insurer recorded by RMS in connection with the registration or renewal of registration of the motor vehicle or issue of a trader’s plate as being the insurer.