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12-2620. Certificate of authority granted on perpetual basis; examinations; submission of financial statement and reports; suspension of certificate, grounds, hearing; revocation; dissolution or injunction of pool. (a) All certificates granted hereunder shall be perpetual unless sooner suspended or revoked by the commissioner or the attorney general.

(b) Whenever the commissioner shall deem it necessary the commissioner may make, or direct to be made, an examination of the affairs and the financial condition of any pool, except that once every five years the commissioner shall conduct an examination of the affairs and the financial condition of each pool. Each pool shall submit a certified independent audited financial statement no later than 150 days after the end of the fiscal year. The financial statement shall include outstanding reserves for claims and for claims incurred but not reported. Each pool shall file reports as to income, expenses and loss data at such times and in such manner as the commissioner shall require. Any pool which does not use rates developed by an approved rating organization shall file with the commissioner an actuarial certification that such rates are actuarially sound. Whenever it appears to the commissioner from such examination or other satisfactory evidence that the ability to pay current and future claims of any such pool is impaired, or that it is doing business in violation of any of the laws of this state, or that its affairs are in an unsound condition so as to endanger its ability to pay or cause to be paid claims in the amount, manner and time due, the commissioner shall, before filing such report or making the same public, grant such pool upon reasonable notice a hearing, and, if on such hearing the report be confirmed, the commissioner may require any of the actions allowed under K.S.A. 40-222b, and amendments thereto, or suspend the certificate of authority for such pool until its ability to pay current and future claims shall have been fully restored and the laws of the state fully complied with. The commissioner may, if there is an unreasonable delay in restoring the ability to pay claims of such pool and in complying with the law or if rehabilitation or corrective action taken under K.S.A. 40-222b, and amendments thereto, is unsuccessful, revoke the certificate of authority of such pool to do business in this state. Upon revoking any such certificate the commissioner shall communicate the fact to the attorney general, whose duty it shall be to commence and prosecute an action in the proper court to dissolve such pool or to enjoin the same from doing or transacting business in this state. The commissioner of insurance may call a hearing under K.S.A. 40-222b, and amendments thereto, and the provisions thereof shall apply to group-funded pools.

(c) On an annual basis, or within 30 days of any change thereto, each pool shall supply to the commissioner the name and qualifications of the designated administrator of the pools and the terms of the specific and aggregate excess insurance contracts of the pool.

History: L. 1987, ch. 74, § 5; L. 1999, ch. 95, § 2; L. 2011, ch. 61, § 2; July 1.

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