Utah Insurance Rules

R590 and R592

Insurance rules are issued to implement or interpret the Utah Insurance Code or federal mandates and have the effect of law.

R590. Insurance, Administration. These rules regulate the sale of all insurance and insurance-related products in the state.

R592. Insurance, Title and Escrow Commission. These rules are specific to the sale of title insurance and performance of title-related escrow business in the state.

Petition for a Rule Change

A law passed by the 2006 Legislature sets up a procedure to petition a state agency to amend or repeal existing rules. The following links will provide you with a petition form, as well as a link to the law and rule regarding it.

    Rules Being Proposed, Changed or Repealed

    Your written comments are encouraged. Please direct your comments to Steve Gooch
    by email: sgooch@utah.gov;
    by fax: (385) 465-0647;
    or by mail: 4315 S. 2700 W., Suite 2300, Taylorsville, UT 84129.

    In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals desiring to attend a hearing listed below, who need special accommodations during the hearing (including auxiliary communicative aids and services), should notify us as directed above.

    If no hearing is scheduled on a rule listed below, the department will schedule one if they receive requests by mail, email or fax from 10 or more individuals or an organization composed of 10 or more members.

    • R590-142, Continuing Education Rule.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R590-186-4, Initial and Renewal Agency License.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R590-238, Captive Insurance Companies.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R590-273, Continuing Care Provider Rule.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R590-282-3, Licensing.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R592-9, Assessment for Title Insurance Recovery, Education, and Research Fund.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R592-10, Assessment for the Title Licensee Enforcement Restricted Account.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 09/03/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 09/10/2024.
    • R590-146, Medicare Supplement Insurance Standards.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/31/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/07/2024.
    • R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/15/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 07/22/2024.
    • R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/15/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 07/22/2024.

    Rules Completing the Rulemaking Process

    Note: This section tracks rule changes during the current year and the immediately preceding year.

    Current rules

    Insurance rules are issued to implement or interpret the Utah Insurance Code or federal mandates and have the effect of law.

    The links below go to the state’s Administrative Rules Search opens in a new tab website, which houses the current version of each rule. The links also offer the ability to download a PDF or HTML copy of each rule.

    Insurance Administration Rules (R590)

    Title & Escrow Commission Rules (R592)