2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 22:453 — Amendment of declaration of organization
§453. Amendment of declaration of organization
The attorney-in-fact of any domestic reciprocal insurer upon written approval of at least a majority of the subscribers, may amend the declaration of organization of such insurer in any respect not in violation of law, but the declaration of organization may not be amended to include any provision prohibited, or to delete any provision required in the original organization of the insurer under this Code. Any amendment to the declaration of organization shall be signed and acknowledged by the attorney-in-fact, approved by the commissioner of insurance and filed with the secretary of state in the same manner as the original declaration of organization. If the commissioner of insurance finds such amendment to be in conformity with law, he shall endorse his approval thereon and the amendment shall be recorded in the manner provided in R.S. 22:439.
Acts 1958, No. 125.
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