No long-term care contract shall be delivered or issued for delivery to any person in this state if it fails to comply with the following:
(1) The style, arrangement, and over-all appearance of the policy shall give no undue prominence to any portion of the text (except as required by this chapter). Every printed portion of the text of the contract and of any amendment or attached papers shall be plainly printed in easily read type.
(2) Limitations, exclusions, exceptions, and reductions of coverage or benefits shall be set forth in the policy and shall be printed, at the insurer's option, either included with the benefit provision to which they apply, or under an appropriate caption such as "limitations and exceptions," or "exclusions and reductions," except that if a limitation, exclusion, exception, or reduction specifically applies only to a particular benefit of the policy, a statement of such limitation, exclusion, exception, or reduction shall be included with the benefit provision to which it applies.
(3) Each contract delivered or issued for delivery to any person in this state shall clearly indicate on its first page that it is a "long-term care insurance" contract. In addition, the contract shall contain a table of contents which shall clearly identify the location within the contract of each of the provisions of the contract with particular attention to the location of contract provisions for (a) limitations, exclusions, exceptions or reductions of coverage, (b) renewability, (c) definitions, (d) gatekeeping provisions, and (e) any unique provisions or circumstances such as elimination periods, or minimum or maximum limits. The term "contract" or "certificate" may be substituted on the first page of the contract for the word "insurance" where appropriate.