Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 648. Voluntary Surrender of Certificate of Authority.
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AS 21.69.648. Voluntary Surrender of Certificate of Authority.

To voluntarily surrender the certificate of authority of a domestic insurer, a request shall be made to the director to extinguish the certificate of authority six months before the planned effective date of the extinguishment of the charter. Before the request is granted, the director shall conduct an examination under AS 21.06.120 . The examination shall be completed within 12 months before the effective date of an extinguishment and all issues contained in the examination report must be resolved to the satisfaction of the director. Insurance business of the domestic insurer shall be cancelled or reinsured as required under AS 21.69.610 or 21.69.620.

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