N.J.S.A 17:50-8. Report of financial condition to Commissioner; examination of records, affairs and financial condition

17:50-8. Report of financial condition to Commissioner; examination of records, affairs and financial condition

Such attorney shall, within the time limited for filing the annual statement by insurance companies, transacting the same kind of business, make a report, under oath, to the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State for each calendar year in such form as he may prescribe, showing the financial condition of affairs at the office where such contracts are issued, and shall at any reasonable time furnish such additional information and reports as may be required by said commissioner; provided, however, that the attorney shall not be required to furnish the names and addresses of any subscribers, except in the case of unpaid final judgments.The records, affairs and financial condition of the exchange shall be subject to examination by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State, and such examination shall be at the expense of the office examined. Where the principal office of the attorney is located in another State, the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State may, in lieu of the examination provided for in this section, accept a certified copy of the report of examination made by the insurance department of the State where the principal office is located, or by the insurance department of any other State.

L.1945, C.161, p. 559, s.8.

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