Dwelling Liability Program Filings

This page summarizes the status of ISO's personal liability filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 and Treasury Rule, 31 CFR Part 50.

Forms and rules related solely to losses from "certified acts of terrorism" and disclosure pursuant to the Act
(Filing Designations DL-2003-OTRFR (forms) and DL-2003-OTRRU (rules))

Under a provision of the federal law, these forms and rules are exempt from prior approval and otherwise applicable state waiting periods and are effective immediately upon filling.

 Available for UseComments
Alabama 12/2/03  
Alaska 12/3/03  
Arizona 12/2/03  
Arkansas 12/2/03  
California 2/20/04  
Colorado 12/2/03  
Connecticut 12/2/03  
Delaware 12/2/03  
District of Columbia 12/3/03  
Florida 12/2/03  
Georgia 12/2/03  
Guam 12/4/03 Forms Only
Hawaii 12/8/03 Refer to Independent Bureau
Idaho 12/3/03  
Illinois 12/2/03  
Indiana 12/2/03  
Iowa 12/2/03  
Kansas 12/2/03  
Kentucky 12/2/03  
Louisiana 12/3/03  
Maine 12/2/03  
Maryland 12/2/03  
Massachusetts 12/2/03  
Michigan 12/2/03  
Minnesota 12/2/03  
Mississippi 12/3/03  
Missouri 12/2/03  
Montana 12/2/03  
Nebraska 12/2/03  
Nevada 12/2/03  
New Hampshire 12/2/03  
New Jersey 12/2/03  
New Mexico 12/2/03  
New York 6/17/04  
North Carolina 12/3/03  
North Dakota 12/2/03  
Ohio 12/2/03  
Oklahoma 12/2/03  
Oregon 12/2/03  
Pennsylvania 12/2/03  
Puerto Rico 12/2/03  
Rhode Island 12/2/03  
South Carolina 12/2/03  
South Dakota 12/2/03  
Tennessee 12/2/03  
Texas 8/12/04 LI-DL-2004-156
Utah 12/2/03  
Vermont 12/2/03  
Virginia 12/2/03  
Virgin Islands 12/2/03 Forms Only
Washington 12/3/03  
West Virginia 12/2/03  
Wisconsin 12/2/03  
Wyoming 12/2/03  

 

Forms and rules related solely to losses from "certified acts of terrorism" (Filing Designations DL-2003-OTRFR (forms) and DL-2003-OTRRU (rules)

The information on this page is for early information only. Please refer to the relevant line circulars, LI-DL-2003-270 (forms), dated 12/8/03 and LI-DL-2003-271 (rules), dated 12/8/03 for important details.

For more information, return to ISO Continues to Help You Respond to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

Page updated September 24, 2004