(a) The commissioner shall suspend or revoke the certificate of authority of a mutual aid association if he finds, upon examination or other evidence, that any one or more of the following grounds exist:
(1) For any cause for which he could have refused to issue the certificate of authority under this chapter had it then existed and been known to the commissioner;
(2) If the association is in unsound condition or is in such condition or is using such methods and practices in the conduct of its business as to render its further transactions of insurance in this state hazardous to its members, policyholders, dependents, beneficiaries, or to the public;
(3) If the association has refused to be examined or to produce its accounts, records, and files for examination or if any of its officers or agents have refused to perform any legal obligation relative thereto or have willfully refused to give information with respect to its affairs, when required by the commissioner; or
(4) If the association has failed to pay any final judgment against it in favor of a citizen of this state.
(b) The commissioner may, in his discretion, suspend or revoke the certificate of authority of a mutual aid association if he finds, upon examination or other evidence, that any one or more of the following grounds exist:
(1) If the association has failed to keep adequate and proper records of its transactions or to give proper receipts and account for moneys paid to or received by it;
(2) If the association has, with such frequency as to indicate its general business practice in this state, without just cause, refused to pay proper claims arising under its policies, certificates, contracts, or agreements or, without just cause, compels claimants to accept less than the amount due them or to employ attorneys or to bring an action against the association to secure full payment or settlement of such claims; or
(3) For violation of any provision of, or referred to in, this chapter.