Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 75. Reciprocal and Cooperative Insurers
Section 100. Attorney-in-Fact's Bond.
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AS 21.75.100. Attorney-in-Fact's Bond.

(a) Concurrently with the filing of the declaration provided in AS 21.75.060, the attorney-in-fact of a domestic reciprocal insurer shall file with the director a bond in favor of this state for the benefit of all persons damaged as a result of a breach by the attorney-in-fact of the conditions of the bond as set out in (b) of this section. The bond shall be executed by the attorney-in-fact and by an authorized corporate surety, shall meet the requirements established under AS 21.27.190, and shall be subject to the director's approval.

(b) The bond shall be in the sum of $100,000, aggregate in form, conditioned that the attorney-in-fact will faithfully account for all money and other property of the insurer coming into the hands of the attorney-in-fact and that the attorney-in-fact will not withdraw or appropriate to personal use from the funds of the insurer, money or property to which the attorney-in-fact is not entitled under the subscriber's agreement.

(c) [Repealed, Sec. 223 ch 67 SLA 1992].

(d) The director may require the attorney-in-fact, unless wholly owned by the reciprocal insurer, to maintain an errors and omissions policy issued by an admitted insurer acceptable to the director providing coverage in an amount and issued by an insurer approved by the director. This requirement is satisfied if the attorney-in-fact maintains an errors and omissions policy to satisfy the laws of another state in an amount approved by the director.

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