216 Continuity of long-term insurance policies
216 Continuity of long-term insurance policies

(1)     The compensation scheme may, in particular, include provision requiring the scheme manager to make arrangements for securing continuity of insurance for policyholders, or policyholders of a specified class, of relevant long-term insurers.

(2)     “Relevant long-term insurers” means relevant persons who—

(a)     have permission to effect or carry out contracts of long-term insurance; and

(b)     are unable, or likely to be unable, to satisfy claims made against them.

(3)     The scheme may provide for the scheme manager to take such measures as appear to him to be appropriate—

(a)     for securing or facilitating the transfer of a relevant long-term insurer's business

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