2013 Mississippi Code
Title 83 - INSURANCE
Chapter 37 - BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS
§ 83-37-7 - Foreign corporations admitted
Any foreign corporation organized to engage in the business of a burial association may be admitted to do business in this state on the following conditions:
(a) It shall deposit with the Commissioner of Insurance a certified copy of its charter and a statement of its financial condition and business in such form and detail as he may require, signed and sworn to by its president and secretary or other proper officer, and shall pay for the filing of such statement the sum of Twenty Dollars ($ 20.00).
(b) It shall satisfy 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 and that it has a fully paid up and unimpaired capital of not less than Five Thousand Dollars ($ 5,000.00). After July 1, 1996, no foreign corporation organized to engage in the business of a burial association or unincorporated Class A burial association shall be admitted to do business in this state.
(c) It shall, by duly executed instrument filed in his office, constitute and appoint the Commissioner of Insurance and his successor its true and lawful attorney upon whom all process in any action or legal proceeding against it may be served, and therein shall agree that any process against it which may be served upon its attorney shall be of the same force and validity as if served on the company; and the authority thereof shall continue in force irrevocable so long as any liability of the company remains outstanding in this state. The service of such process shall be made by leaving a copy of the same in the hands or office of the commissioner. Copies of such instrument certified by the commissioner shall be deemed sufficient evidence thereof, and service upon such attorney shall be deemed sufficient service upon the principal.
(d) It shall appoint as its agent or agents in this state some resident or residents thereof other than the commissioner, such appointment to be made in writing, signed by the president and secretary or manager or general agent, and filed in the office of the commissioner, authorizing the agent to acknowledge service of process for and on behalf of the company, and consenting that service of process on the agent shall be as valid as if served upon the company, according to the laws of this state, and waiving all claim of error by reason of such service.
(e) It shall obtain from the commissioner a certificate that it has complied with the laws of the state and is authorized to make contracts authorized hereunder.
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