17:46B-25. Requisites for foreign and alien title insurance companies to do business
Any title insurance company organized under the laws of another state or foreign government shall be licensed to transact a title insurance business within this State only if such company is and remains of the same standard of solvency and complies with other requirements fixed by the laws of this State for domestic title insurance companies organized and authorized to transact the business of title insurance pursuant to the laws of this State. No title insurance company shall be admitted and authorized to do business until:
a. It has filed with the commissioner a certified copy of its charter, a statement of its financial condition and business, signed and sworn to by its proper officers, and copies of forms of all policies it proposes to issue in this State, with such other information as the commissioner may require; and
b. It has satisfied the commissioner that it is fully and legally organized under the laws of its state or government to do the business it proposes to transact. That it has the requisite amount of capital, fully paid up and unimpaired; and
C. It shall, by a duly executed instrument filed in his office, constitute and appoint the commissioner or his successor its true lawful attorney, upon whom all lawful processes in any action, rule, order or legal proceeding against it may be served; and therein shall agree that any lawful process against it which may be served upon him as its said attorney shall be of the same force and validity as if served on the company, and that the authority thereof shall continue in force irrevocably so long as any liability of the company remains outstanding in this State.
L.1975, C. 106, S.25, eff. May 29, 1975.
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