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Each rating organization and each insurer that makes its own rate shall, within a reasonable time after receiving written request and upon payment of the reasonable charge as it may make, furnish to an insured affected by a rate made by it, or to the authorized representative of the insured, all pertinent information concerning the rate. Each rating organization and each insurer that makes its own rates shall provide within this state reasonable means for a person aggrieved by the application of its rating system to be heard, in person or by an authorized representative, on a written request to review the manner in which the rating system has been applied in connection with the insurance. If the rating organization or insurer fails to grant or reject the request within 30 days after it is made, the applicant may proceed in the same manner as if the application had been rejected. A party affected by the action of the rating organization or the insurer on the request may, within 30 days after written notice of the action, appeal to the director, who, after a hearing held upon not less than 10 days written notice to the appellant and to the rating organization or insurer, may affirm or reverse the action.
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