ACORD Form Update (February 2013)

February 7, 2013

We have updated the below ACORD forms for InsurancePro users.

60 TX (2013/01) replaces 2007/05 - Texas Auto Supplement, Consumer Bill of Rights, Personal Automobile Insurance (effective 01-31-2013)

62 TX (2013/01) replaces 2007/05 - Texas Auto Supplement (Spanish Version), Consumer Bill of Rights, Personal Automobile Insurance (effective 01-31-2013)

64 DC (2013/01) replaces 2010/11 - Application to District of Columbia Property Insurance Facility for Basic Property Inspection and Insurance Program (effective 01-31-2013)

64 MD (2013/01) replaces 2010/11 - Maryland Property Insurance Availability Program, Essential Property Insurance Inspection and Placement (effective 01-31-2013)

65 MD (2013/01) replaces 2010/10 - Maryland Property Insurance Availability Program, Essential Homeowners Insurance Inspection and Placement (effective 01-31-2013)

66 DC (2013/01) replaces 2010/10 - District of Columbia Property Insurance Facility, Essential Homeowners Insurance Inspection and Placement (effective 01-31-2013)

66 MD (2013/01) replaces 2010/10 - Maryland Property Insurance Availability Program, Essential Homeowners Insurance Inspection and Placement, Application to Joint Insurance Association - Page 2 (effective 01-31-2013)

67 DC (2013/01) replaces 2010/10 - District of Columbia Property Insurance Facility, Essential Homeowners Insurance Inspection and Placement, Application to District of Columbia Property Insurance Facility - Page 2 (effective 01-31-2013)

67 TX (2013/01) replaces 2007/05 - Texas Homeowners and Personal Property Supplement, Consumer Bill of Rights, Homeowners, Dwelling and Renters Insurance (effective 01-31-2013)

68 TX (2013/01) replaces 2007/05 - Texas Homeowners and Personal Property Supplement (Spanish Version), Consumer Bill of Rights, Homeowners, Dwelling and Renters Insurance (effective 01-31-2013)

650 (2013/01) replaces 2011/07 - Authorization for the Release of Health Information

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