§ 27-1-4. Power of companies to comply with tax and license laws not held invalid.
Every domestic insurance company and its officers, directors, agents, and employees shall have power and authority to comply with any statute, ordinance, or other law of any state, territory, or political subdivision of a state or territory, including the District of Columbia, imposing any license, excise, privilege, occupation, premium, or other tax, fee, or deposit requirement and to pay the tax or fee and make the deposit unless prior to payment the statute, ordinance, or other law shall have been expressly held invalid by the Supreme Court of the United States. No company, officer, director, employee, or agent shall be subject to liability by reason of any compliance or payment either previously or subsequently made.
(P.L. 1945, ch. 1622, § 1; G.L. 1956, § 27-1-4.)