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215 ILCS 5/1625

    (215 ILCS 5/1625)
    Sec. 1625. Scope and purposes.
    (a) The purpose of this Article is to promote the public welfare by creating a comprehensive legal framework within which travel insurance may be sold in this State.
    (b) This Article applies to travel insurance that covers any resident of this State, and is sold, solicited, negotiated, or offered in this State, and policies and certificates that are delivered or issued for delivery in this State. This Article does not apply to cancellation fee waivers or travel assistance services except as expressly provided in this Article.
    (c) All other applicable provisions of this State's insurance laws shall continue to apply to travel insurance, except that the specific provisions of this Article shall supersede any general provisions of law that would otherwise be applicable to travel insurance.
(Source: P.A. 102-212, eff. 10-28-21.)