§ 27-11-1. Power of life insurance company to acquire and hold property.
Any life insurance company incorporated under a charter granted by the general assembly of this state and any life insurance company incorporated under a charter or the laws of any other state in the United States of America which is empowered to engage in the business of making insurance upon lives, and which has complied with or shall comply with the requirements of chapter 2 of this title to engage in the life insurance business in this state, may and is authorized to invest in, purchase, lease, or acquire by gift or otherwise, and hold without any limitation of time, any real property or any interest in the property, in this state, and may use that property, and any other real property owned, held, or leased by it, for a housing project or projects designed to provide accommodations for ten (10) or more families or for any other investment or income producing purposes.
(P.L. 1947, ch. 1866, § 1; G.L. 1956, § 27-11-1.)