ORGANIZATION AND CORPORATE PROCEDURES OF STOCK AND MUTUAL INSURERS
41-2849. Nonassessable policies — Mutual insurers. (1) A domestic mutual insurer while maintaining unimpaired surplus funds not less in amount than the minimum paid-in capital stock required of a domestic stock insurer formed under this code for authority to transact the same kind or kinds of insurance, may, upon receipt of the director’s order so authorizing, extinguish the contingent liability to assessment of its members as to all its policies in force and may omit provisions imposing contingent liability in all policies currently issued.
(2) The director shall not authorize a domestic insurer to extinguish the contingent liability of any of its members or in any of its policies to be issued, unless it qualifies to and does extinguish such liability of all its members and in all such policies for all kinds of insurance transacted by it.
(3) A foreign or alien mutual insurer may issue nonassessable policies to its members in this state pursuant to its charter and the laws of its domicile.
[41-2849, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 617, p. 645.]