Article 969. Mandatory state insurance.
1. In order to ensure the social interests of citizens and the interests of the state, the law may establish compulsory state insurance of life, health and property of civil servants of certain categories. Compulsory state insurance is carried out at the expense of funds allocated for these purposes from the corresponding budget to ministries and other federal executive bodies (policyholders). 2. Compulsory state insurance is carried out directly on the basis of laws and other legal acts on such insurance indicated by state insurance or other state organizations (insurers) specified in these acts, or on the basis of insurance contracts concluded by insurers and insurers in accordance with these acts. 3. Compulsory state insurance is paid to insurers in the amount specified by laws and other legal acts on such insurance. 4. The rules provided for in this chapter shall apply to compulsory state insurance, unless otherwise provided by laws and other legal acts on such insurance and does not follow from the substance of the relevant insurance relationship.
References to other articles of chapter 48. Insurance: