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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 20. Insurance § 20-3209. Immunity from liability

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A. The director, the director's authorized representatives or any examiner appointed by the director is not liable for any statements made or conduct performed in good faith while carrying out the provisions of this chapter.

B. A person who communicates or delivers information or data to the director, the director's authorized representative or an examiner pursuant to an examination made under this chapter is not liable for the communication or delivery if the communication or delivery was performed in good faith and without fraudulent intent or the intent to deceive.

C. A person listed in subsection A or B is entitled to attorney fees and costs if the person is the prevailing party in a civil cause of action for libel, slander or other relevant tort arising out of activities in carrying out the provisions of this chapter and the party bringing the action was not substantially justified in doing so.  For the purposes of this subsection, a proceeding is substantially justified if it had a reasonable basis in law or fact at the time that it was initiated.

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