§ 27-25-29. Foreign or alien society Admission.
No foreign or alien society shall transact business in this state without a license issued by the commissioner of insurance. A society desiring admission to this state shall comply substantially with the requirements and limitations of this chapter applicable to domestic societies. A society may be licensed to transact business in this state upon filing with the commissioner of insurance:
(1) A duly certified copy of its articles of incorporation;
(2) A copy of its bylaws, certified by its secretary or corresponding officer;
(3) A power of attorney to the commissioner of insurance as prescribed in § 27-25-35;
(4) A statement of its business under oath of its president and secretary or corresponding officers in a form prescribed by the commissioner of insurance, duly verified by an examination made by the supervising insurance official of its home state or other state, territory, province, or country, satisfactory to the commissioner of insurance of this state;
(5) Certification from the proper official of its home state, territory, province, or country that the society is legally incorporated and licensed to transact business in its home state, territory, province, or country;
(6) Copies of its certificate forms;
(7) A showing that its assets are invested in accordance with the provisions of this chapter; and
(8) Any other information that the commissioner of insurance may deem necessary.
(P.L. 1984, ch. 201, § 2; P.L. 1998, ch. 441, § 22.)