• Current through October 23, 2012

(a) No person shall make false or fraudulent statements or representations on, or relative to, an application for an insurance policy for the purpose of obtaining a fee, commission, money, or other benefit from a provider or individual person.

(b) No person shall cause to be presented a false or fraudulent claim, or proof in support of a claim, for the payment of the loss upon a contract of insurance or prepare, make, or subscribe a false or fraudulent account, certificate, affidavit, proof of loss, or other document or writing with the intent that it may be presented or used in support of a false or fraudulent claim.

(Apr. 3, 2001, D.C. Law 13-265, § 119, 48 DCR 1225.)


Legislative History of Laws

For D.C. Law 13-265, see notes following § 31-2231.01.