Section 27-2-33

Order of supervision - Authority of commissioner; reasons for issuance.

The Commissioner of Insurance is empowered to place an insurance company under supervision, after a hearing thereon, by appropriate order, for the following reasons:

(1) When an insurance company has been notified under the provisions of Section 27-27-41 of impairment or deficiency of assets and given 60 days to make good the impairment;

(2) A determination by the commissioner that an insurer is impaired or insolvent;

(3) A determination by the commissioner that an insurer's condition is such as to render the continuation of its business hazardous to its policyholders following an examination of the operations and financial condition of an insurer by the commissioner;

(4) Any of the grounds for rehabilitation or liquidation of domestic insurers set forth in Sections 27-32-6 and 27-32-7.

(Acts 1975, No. 217, p. 742, §1; Acts 1977, No. 409, p. 547, §1.)