(1) Each service warranty contract shall contain a cancellation provision. If the contract is canceled by the warranty holder, return of premium shall be based upon no less than 90 percent of unearned pro rata premium less any claims that have been paid or less the cost of repairs made on behalf of the warranty holder. If the contract is canceled by the association, return of premium shall be based upon 100 percent of unearned pro rata premium, less any claims paid or the cost of repairs made on behalf of the warranty holder.
(2) By July 1, 2011, each service warranty contract sold in this state must be accompanied by a written disclosure to the consumer that the rate charged for the contract is not subject to regulation by the office. A service warranty association may comply with this requirement by including such disclosure in its service warranty contract form or in a separate written notice provided to the consumer at the time of sale.