2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 59A - Insurance Code
Article 10 - Administration of Deposits; Trusteed Assets of Alien Insurer
Section 59A-10-14 - Title; separation; accounting.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 59A-10-14 (2017)

59A-10-14. Title; separation; accounting.

A. Title to the trusteed assets of such an alien insurer shall be vested in the trustee and its successors for the purposes of the trust deposit, and the trust agreement shall so provide.

B. The trustee shall keep the trusteed assets separate from its other assets, and shall maintain a record thereof sufficient to identify the trusteed assets at all times.

C. The trustee shall from time to time file with the superintendent its statement, in such form as the superintendent may designate or approve, certifying the character of the assets and the amounts and market value thereof. If the trustee fails to file the statement within a reasonable time after request therefor by the superintendent, the superintendent shall revoke the insurer's certificate of authority and immediately give written notice of such revocation to each other state in which, known to the superintendent, the insurer is transacting insurance business as either an authorized insurer or surplus line insurer.

History: Laws 1984, ch. 127, 174.

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