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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


41-329.  Duration of suspension — Insurer’s obligations during suspension period — Reinstatement. (1) Suspension of an insurer’s certificate of authority shall be for such period as the director specifies in the order of suspension, but not to exceed one (1) year. During the suspension the director may rescind or shorten the suspension by his further order.
(2)  During the suspension period the insurer shall not solicit or write any new business in this state, but shall file its annual statement, pay fees, licenses, and taxes as required under this code, and may service its business already in force in this state, as if the certificate of authority had continued in full force.
(3)  Upon expiration of the suspension period, if within such period the certificate of authority has not terminated, the insurer’s certificate of authority shall automatically reinstate unless the director finds that the causes of the suspension have not terminated, or that the insurer is otherwise not in compliance with the requirements of this code, and of which the director shall give the insurer notice not less than thirty (30) days in advance of the expiration of the suspension period after which time the director may issue a new order of suspension. If not reinstated or if a new order of suspension is not issued, the certificate of authority shall be deemed to have terminated as of the end of the suspension period.
(4)  Upon reinstatement of the insurer’s certificate of authority, the authority of its agents in this state to represent the insurer shall likewise reinstate. The director shall promptly notify the insurer and its agents in this state of record in the department, of such reinstatement. If pursuant to section 41-328(3), Idaho Code, the director has published notice of such suspension he shall in like manner publish notice of the reinstatement.

[41-329, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 92, p. 645; am. 2004, ch. 88, sec. 1, p. 323.]

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