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California Code, Insurance Code - INS § 735

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The hereinafter designated officer of each domestic insurer shall inform the members present at the next meeting of its governing body of the receipt from the office of the commissioner of the report of every examination of such insurer, both in the form first formally prepared by the examiners and in the form as finally settled and officially filed by the commissioner or a deputy designated by him. Such officer shall also inform such members that a copy of such report is available for inspection of any member of such governing body. There shall be entered in the minutes of each such meeting the fact that such officer did so inform the members present.

The officer above referred to, in the case of a stock or mutual insurer, shall be its secretary or comparable officer if there is no secretary. This section shall specifically apply to reciprocals and interinsurance exchanges and in that case the officer above referred to shall be the principal individual, partner or officer of its attorney-in-fact, and “governing body” shall have reference to the body exercising the subscribers' rights provided for in Section 1308.

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