§ 27-14.5-3. Notice.
(a) Wherever in this chapter notice is required, the applicant shall, within ten (10) days of the event triggering the requirement, cause transmittal of the notice:
(1) By first class mail and facsimile to the insurance regulator in each jurisdiction in which the applicant is doing business;
(2) By first class mail to the national conference of insurance guaranty funds and all guaranty associations for the states in which the applicant is doing business;
(3) Pursuant to the notice provisions of reinsurance agreements or, where an agreement has no provision for notice, by first class mail to all reinsures of the applicant;
(4) By first class mail to all insurance agents or insurance producers of the applicant;
(5) By first class mail to all persons known or reasonably expected to have claims against the applicant including all policyholders, at their last known address as indicated by the records of the applicant;
(6) By first class mail to federal, state, and local government agencies and instrumentalities as their interests may arise; and
(7) By publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the state in which the applicant has its principal place of business and in any other locations that the court overseeing the proceeding deems appropriate.
(b) If notice is given in accordance with this section, any orders under this chapter shall be conclusive with respect to all claimants and policyholders, whether or not they received notice.
(c) Where this chapter requires that the applicant provide notice but the commissioner has been named receiver of the applicant, the commissioner shall provide the required notice.
(P.L. 2002, ch. 381, § 1; P.L. 2013, ch. 31, § 5; P.L. 2013, ch. 36, § 5.)