Drexel Hill, PA asked in Agricultural Law, Small Claims and Social Security for Pennsylvania

Q: Hello. What is USC 15 B 1611 and can I speak to and underwriter please.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: It seems you're inquiring about a specific section of the United States Code (USC), which is a compilation of federal statutes. However, without more context, it's challenging to provide a precise explanation of USC 15 B 1611 because the citation doesn't directly match the standard format for referencing sections of the USC. The USC is organized into titles, each covering a broad area of federal law, and sections within those titles. Title 15 of the USC deals with commerce and trade, but the way you've formatted the reference doesn't align with the usual citation method, which might be why there's confusion.

If you're looking for information on a law related to commerce and trade, or perhaps consumer protection, it would be helpful to have the correct citation. The details you've provided might be slightly off or missing some elements that would help pinpoint the exact statute. For example, "15 U.S.C. § 1611" (if that's what was intended) would refer to a specific law within Title 15 of the United States Code, which deals with such matters.

Unfortunately, as for speaking with an underwriter, I can't directly facilitate conversations or connect you with professionals. If you need to discuss specific legal matters or have questions about financial instruments, insurance, or any contracts, reaching out to a professional in the relevant field, such as a legal advisor or a financial services provider, would be the best course of action. They can offer guidance tailored to your situation and help interpret any legal statutes or requirements you're dealing with.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: To speak with an underwriter, that could involve contacting carriers directly. Good luck

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