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§ 4700. Examinations

(a) The commissioner or his designee shall examine any insurer, pool, advisory or service organization or residual market mechanism as he deems necessary to ascertain compliance with this chapter.

(b) Every insurer, pool, advisory or service organization and residual market mechanism shall maintain reasonable records of the type and kind reasonably adapted to its method of operation containing its experience, or the experience of its affiliated insurers including the data, statistics or information collected or used by it in its activities. These records shall be available at all reasonable times to enable the commissioner to determine whether the activities of any advisory or service organization, insurer residual market mechanism, or pool comply with the provisions of this chapter. Such records shall be maintained in an office within this state or shall be made available to the commissioner for examination or inspection at any time.

(c) The necessary and reasonable cost of an examination made pursuant to this section shall be paid by the examined party upon presentation of a detailed account of such costs.

(d) In lieu of any such examination the commissioner may accept the report of an examination made by the insurance supervisory official of another state, pursuant to the laws of such state. (Added 1983, No. 238 (Adj. Sess.), § 1.)

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Statutes > Vermont > Title-08 > Chapter-128 > 4700

§ 4700. Examinations

(a) The commissioner or his designee shall examine any insurer, pool, advisory or service organization or residual market mechanism as he deems necessary to ascertain compliance with this chapter.

(b) Every insurer, pool, advisory or service organization and residual market mechanism shall maintain reasonable records of the type and kind reasonably adapted to its method of operation containing its experience, or the experience of its affiliated insurers including the data, statistics or information collected or used by it in its activities. These records shall be available at all reasonable times to enable the commissioner to determine whether the activities of any advisory or service organization, insurer residual market mechanism, or pool comply with the provisions of this chapter. Such records shall be maintained in an office within this state or shall be made available to the commissioner for examination or inspection at any time.

(c) The necessary and reasonable cost of an examination made pursuant to this section shall be paid by the examined party upon presentation of a detailed account of such costs.

(d) In lieu of any such examination the commissioner may accept the report of an examination made by the insurance supervisory official of another state, pursuant to the laws of such state. (Added 1983, No. 238 (Adj. Sess.), § 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Vermont > Title-08 > Chapter-128 > 4700

§ 4700. Examinations

(a) The commissioner or his designee shall examine any insurer, pool, advisory or service organization or residual market mechanism as he deems necessary to ascertain compliance with this chapter.

(b) Every insurer, pool, advisory or service organization and residual market mechanism shall maintain reasonable records of the type and kind reasonably adapted to its method of operation containing its experience, or the experience of its affiliated insurers including the data, statistics or information collected or used by it in its activities. These records shall be available at all reasonable times to enable the commissioner to determine whether the activities of any advisory or service organization, insurer residual market mechanism, or pool comply with the provisions of this chapter. Such records shall be maintained in an office within this state or shall be made available to the commissioner for examination or inspection at any time.

(c) The necessary and reasonable cost of an examination made pursuant to this section shall be paid by the examined party upon presentation of a detailed account of such costs.

(d) In lieu of any such examination the commissioner may accept the report of an examination made by the insurance supervisory official of another state, pursuant to the laws of such state. (Added 1983, No. 238 (Adj. Sess.), § 1.)

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