Certificate of exemption
- • application of certain Insurance Code provisions to exempt insurers
(1) An exempt insurer who holds a certificate of exemption issued by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services before January 1, 2003, may continue transacting insurance.
(2) In order to continue a certificate of exemption, an exempt insurer to whom subsection (1) of this section applies must file its annual statement and pay the fees established by the director by March 1 of each year.
(3) An exempt insurer shall be subject to ORS 731.296 (Director’s inquiries) to 731.316 (Expenses of examination of insurer), 731.414 (Suspension or revocation of certificate of authority), 731.418 (Grounds for suspension or revocation of certificate of authority), 731.574 (Annual financial statement), 731.988 (Civil penalties), 731.992 (Criminal penalty), 733.010 (Assets allowed) to 733.115 (Establishing reserves for variable life insurance and annuity policies), 733.140 (Disallowance of “wash” transactions) to 733.210 (Director’s determinations), 743A.040 (Services provided by optometrist), 746.075 (Misrepresentation generally) and 746.110 (False, deceptive or misleading statements). [Formerly 736.020; 1979 c.870 §1; 1981 c.752 §15; 1989 c.413 §2; 2003 c.802 §174; 2005 c.22 §485]
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