17:50-3. Declaration to be filed by attorney in fact
Such attorney shall file with the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State a declaration, verified by the oath of such attorney, or when such attorney is a corporation, by the oath of its president or oaths of its treasurer and secretary setting forth:
(a) The name of the attorney and the name or designation of the exchange under which such contracts are to be issued, which name or designation shall not be so similar to any other name or designation theretofore adopted by any attorney or by any insurance organization in this State so as to confuse or deceive;
(b) The kind or kinds of insurance to be effected or exchanged;
(c) A copy of the form of policy contract or agreement under or by which such insurance is to be effected or exchanged and forms of application therefor;
(d) A certified copy of the power of attorney or other authorization of such attorney under or by which such attorney is to effect or exchange such insurance contracts;
(e) The location of the office or offices from which such contracts or agreements are to be issued;
(f) That except as to the kinds of insurance hereinafter specifically mentioned in this paragraph, applications have been made for indemnity upon at least two hundred separate risks aggregating not less than three million dollars ($3,000,000.00) represented by executed contracts or bona fide applications to become concurrently effective. In the case of employers’ liability or workmen’s compensation insurance, application shall have been made for indemnity upon at least one hundred separate risks covering a total annual payroll of not less than two and one-half million dollars ($2,500,000.00) as represented by executed contracts or bona fide applications to become concurrently effective. In the case of automobile insurance, applications shall have been made for indemnity upon at least one thousand motor vehicles or for insurance aggregating not less than one and one-half million dollars ($1,500,000.00) represented by executed contracts or bona fide applications to become concurrently effective on any or all classes of automobile insurance effected by said subscribers through said attorney;
(g) That there shall be maintained at the exchange, available for the payment of losses, assets conforming to the requirements of section five hereof;
(h) A financial statement under oath in form prescribed by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State;
(i) An instrument authorizing service of process as provided for in this act, and
(j) Where the principal office of the attorney is located in another State, a certificate from the proper official of the State where the principal office is maintained, that the subscribers and the attorney have complied with all provisions of law and are authorized in that State to transact the classes of business which are sought to be transacted in this State.
L.1945, C. 161, p. 554, S.3.
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