THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
41-220. Examination of agents, brokers, consultants, managers, adjusters, promoters. For the purpose of ascertaining compliance with law, and in addition to any right of examination otherwise provided, the director may as often as he deems advisable examine the accounts, records, documents, and transactions, pertaining to or affecting its insurance affairs or proposed insurance affairs, of: (1) any insurance agent, broker, solicitor, consultant, surplus line broker, general agent, or adjuster.
(2) Any person(s) having a contract under which he enjoys in fact the exclusive or dominant right to manage or control an insurer.
(3) Any person holding the shares of voting stock or policyholder proxies of a domestic insurer, for the purpose of controlling the management thereof, as voting trustee or otherwise.
(4) Any person engaged in this state in, or proposing to be engaged in this state in, or holding himself out in this state as so engaging or proposing, or in this state assisting in, the promotion or formation of an insurer or insurance holding corporation, or corporation to finance an insurer or the production of its business.
[41-220, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 37, p. 645; am. 1972, ch. 369, sec. 3, p. 1072.]