Idaho Statutes

41-703.  General qualifications. (1) No security or investment (other than real and personal property acquired under section 41-728, Idaho Code, real property owned) shall be eligible for acquisition unless it is interest bearing or interest accruing or by its character entitled to receive dividends or income when declared or paid, including discounted and zero interest certificates of accrual on public and corporate obligations, is not then in default in any respect, and the insurer is entitled to receive for its exclusive account and benefit the interest or income accruing thereon.
(2)  No security or investment shall be eligible for purchase at a price above its market value.
(3)  No provision of this chapter shall prohibit the acquisition by an insurer of other or additional securities or property if received as a dividend or as a lawful distribution of assets, or under a lawful and bona fide agreement of bulk reinsurance, merger, or consolidation. Any investment so acquired which is not otherwise eligible under this chapter shall be disposed of pursuant to section 41-730, Idaho Code, if personal property or securities, or pursuant to section 41-729, Idaho Code, if real property.

[41-703, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 140, p. 645; am. 1969, ch. 214, sec. 16, p. 625; am. 1985, ch. 231, sec. 1, p. 551.]

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