Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 87. Hospital and Medical Service Corporations
Section 90. Issuance or Refusal of Certificate of Authority.
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AS 21.87.090. Issuance or Refusal of Certificate of Authority.

(a) If, after the application for certificate of authority is completed, the director finds that the applicant is fully qualified for a certificate of authority in accordance with this chapter, and that the service agreements, subscribers contracts, schedule of rates are in compliance with the applicable provisions of this chapter, the director shall issue to the applicant a certificate of authority as a medical service corporation or as a hospital service corporation, or as a combined medical and hospital service corporation, as the case may be.

(b) If the director does not so find, the director shall refuse to issue a certificate of authority and shall give the applicant written notice setting out the particulars of the reasons for the refusal, accompanied by return of the fee tendered for issuance of the certificate of authority.

(c) The director shall either issue or refuse to issue the certificate of authority within a reasonable time after the filing and completion of application.

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