Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 230. Formation of Mutual Insurer.
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AS 21.69.230. Formation of Mutual Insurer.

(a) Before soliciting applications for insurance required under AS 21.69.220 as qualification for the original certificate of authority, the incorporators of the proposed insurer shall file with the director a corporate surety bond in the penalty of $20,000, in favor of the state and for the use and benefit of the state and of applicant members and creditors of the corporation. The bond shall be conditioned as follows:

(1) for the prompt return to applicant members of all premiums collected in advance;

(2) for payment of all indebtedness of the corporation;

(3) for payment of costs incurred by the state in event of legal proceedings for liquidation or dissolution of the corporation, all in the event the corporation fails to complete its organization and secure a certificate of authority within one year after the date of its certificate of incorporation.

(b) In lieu of the bond, the incorporators may deposit with the director $20,000 in cash or United States government bonds, negotiable and payable to the bearer, with a market value at all times of not less than $20,000, to be held in trust upon the same conditions as required for the bond.

(c) The bond filed or deposit or remaining portion thereof held under this section shall be released and discharged upon settlement and termination of all liabilities against it.

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