Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 41
INSURANCE
CHAPTER 2
THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
41-288.  Retaliatory requirement. Should an insurance department, commissioner, director, or other similar insurance regulatory official of any other state or territory of the United States, impose any sanctions, fines, penalties, financial or deposit requirements, prohibitions, restrictions, regulatory requirements, or other obligations, of any kind, upon any insurance company organized or chartered in this state and licensed to transact business in such other state or territory, because of the failure of the Idaho department of insurance to obtain, maintain, or receive accreditation, certification, or any similar form of approval, compliance, or acceptance from, by, or as a member of the national association of insurance commissioners, or any committee, task force, working group, or advisory committee thereof, or because of the failure of the Idaho department of insurance to comply with any directive, financial or annual statement requirement, model act or regulation, market conduct or financial examination report or requirement, or any report of any kind of the national association of insurance commissioners, or any committee, task force, working group, or advisory committee thereof, the director shall, without exception or exclusion, impose upon any and all insurance companies organized or chartered in such other state or territory, and licensed to do business in this state, the same sanctions, fines, penalties, financial or deposit requirements, prohibitions, restrictions, regulatory requirements, or other obligations imposed by such state upon the insurance company domiciled in this state.

History:
[41-288, added 1995, ch. 138, sec. 1, p. 592.]


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