33-1-224. Exports. Exports may be covered by marine, inland marine, and transportation policies subject to the following conditions:
(1) Exports are covered wherever they are located, without restriction as to time, provided the coverage of the issuing companies includes hazards of transportation.
(2) Property is an export and the proper subject of marine, inland marine, or transportation insurance when designated or while being prepared for export and remains an export unless diverted for domestic trade. If the property is diverted for domestic trade, the provisions of 33-1-225 apply. This section does not apply to long-established methods of insuring certain commodities such as cotton.