§ 27-2-27. Appeal from revocation or suspension.
A company aggrieved by a revocation or suspension of its license may, within thirty (30) days from the effective date of the revocation or suspension, file a petition in the superior court for the county of Providence for a review of that action of the insurance commissioner. The court shall summarily hear and determine the question whether the ground for revocation or suspension specified in the notice of the insurance commissioner exists and may make any appropriate order or decree. If the order or decree is adverse to the petitioning company it may within twenty (20) days from the issuing of the order or decree appeal to the supreme court; in case of an appeal the revocation or suspension of the license of the company shall continue in full force until the final determination of the question by the supreme court, unless vacated by the insurance commissioner during the pendency of the appeal.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 445, § 3.)