Idaho Statutes

41-2919.  Who may be subscribers. (1) Individuals, partnerships, associations and corporations, public or private, of this state, hereby designated as subscribers, are authorized to exchange reciprocal or interinsurance contracts with each other, or with individuals, partnerships, associations and corporations, public or private, of other states and countries, providing indemnity among themselves for any loss which may be insured against by the reciprocal insurer to which they are subscribers; except, that public corporations of this state may so insure only in an insurer which has a surplus of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) or more and under an insurance contract as to which such an insured has no contingent liability.
(2)  Any corporation now or hereafter organized under the laws of this state shall, in addition to the rights, powers and franchises specified in its articles of incorporation have full power and authority to exchange insurance contracts of the kind and character mentioned in subsection (1) above. The right to exchange such contracts is declared to be incidental to the purposes for which such corporations are organized and as much granted as the rights and powers expressly conferred.
(3)  Governmental entities of this state as defined by section 6-902, Idaho Code, may insure with a domestic reciprocal insurer authorized to do business in this state as a reciprocal insurer so long as said governmental entity insurer has complied with the applicable provisions of this title.
(4)  Any officer, representative, trustee, receiver, or legal representative of any such subscriber shall be recognized as acting for or on its behalf for the purpose of such contract but shall not be personally liable upon the contract by reason of acting in such representative capacity.

[41-2919, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 646, p. 645; am. 1979, ch. 318, sec. 4, p. 856.]

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