1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3073 as follows:
1.2Page 3, after line 30, insert:

1.3    "Sec. 4. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 60A.0789, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
1.4    Subd. 3. Declaratory judgment action. (a) If, prior to payment of death benefits,
1.5the insurer believes the policy was initiated by STOLI practices, the insurer may bring a
1.6declaratory judgment action seeking a court order declaring the policy void.
1.7(b) If an insurer fails to confirm within 90 days of receipt of a verification of
1.8insurable interest request that a life insurance policy is valid and that it will not contest the
1.9policy for lack of insurable interest, the policyholder or its designated representative may
1.10bring a declaratory judgment action seeking a court order that the policy is valid.
1.11(c) If the court determines that the life insurance policy is valid, the insurer shall
1.12pay the cost of the action, including attorney fees of the policyholder or its designated
1.14(d) A verification of insurable interest request may only be submitted on policies that
1.15have a death benefit equal to or greater than $1,000,000 and that were issued before the
1.16effective date of sections 60A.078 to 60A.0789. A life insurer is only obligated to respond
1.17to a verification of insurable interest request that includes the following information:
1.18(1) the name and address of the owner of the policy;
1.19(2) the name and address of all previous owners of the policy and the date that
1.20ownership was acquired by each previous owner;
1.21(3) whether or not the insured entered into a binding contract with respect to
1.22financing the insurance policy during the first two years following the date the policy was
1.23issued and, if so, details regarding the financing arrangement; and
1.24(4) the name and address of all trusts that acquired or obtained an interest in the
1.25insurance policy since the date the policy was issued, and the name and address of each
1.26trustee and beneficial owner of the trusts.
2.1If any of the information in clauses (1) to (4) is unavailable, the policyholder or
2.2its designated representative shall state under penalty of perjury that, to the best of the
2.3policyholder's or the designated representative's knowledge, the person does not have
2.4the information listed in this subdivision.
2.5(e) All premium payments due on the policy will be tolled during the pendency of
2.6the declaratory judgment action commenced pursuant to this subdivision.
2.7EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment
2.8and applies to life insurance policies in effect on or issued on or after that date."
2.9Renumber the sections in sequence and correct internal references
2.10Amend the title as follows:
2.11Page 1, line 5, after the semicolon insert "authorizing the judicial declaration of the
2.12validity of a policy in certain circumstances;"
2.13Correct the title numbers accordingly