Approval of articles, documents and bond, letter of credit or deposit
- • certificate of incorporation
(1) If the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services finds that the articles of incorporation and the bond, letter of credit or securities filed with the director conform to law and the sureties on any bond are acceptable, the director shall, when all fees established by the director have been paid:
(a) Indorse on each of such duplicate originals of the articles the word “filed,” and the month, day and year of the filing thereof.
(b) File one of such duplicate originals in the director’s office.
(c) Issue a certificate of incorporation to which the director shall affix the other duplicate original.
(d) Return to the incorporators or their representative the certificate of incorporation with the duplicate original.
(2) Upon the issuance of the certificate of incorporation, the insurer’s corporate existence shall begin and the insurer shall have all authority and power, subject to the limitations prescribed in the Insurance Code, as may be necessary and proper to complete its organization, obtain its initial capital and otherwise complete the requirements to qualify for a certificate of authority to transact the class or classes of insurance proposed in its articles of incorporation. In the case of an insurer without capital stock, the authority and power shall include the solicitation of applications for insurance and receipt in advance of premium payments for any insurance for which the proposed form of application, policies, literature and advertisements pertaining thereto have been filed with and approved by the director. An insurer shall not otherwise transact any business or incur any indebtedness until its certificate of authority to transact insurance has been granted.
(3) The issuance of the certificate of incorporation shall be conclusive evidence that all conditions precedent required to be performed by the incorporators have been complied with and that the insurer has been incorporated under the laws of this state, except as against this state in a proceeding to cancel or revoke the certification of incorporation or any certificate of authority to transact insurance or for involuntary dissolution of the insurer. [1967 c.359 §157; 1989 c.413 §8; 1991 c.331 §128]
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