(1) Every insurer, rating organization, or advisory organization and every group,
association, or other organization of insurers which engages in joint underwriting
or joint reinsurance shall maintain reasonable records, of the type and kind reasonably
adapted to its method of operation, of its experience or the experience of its members
and of the data, statistics, or information collected or used by it in connection
with the rates, rating plans, rating systems, underwriting rules, policy or bond forms,
surveys, or inspections made or used by it, so that such records will be available
at all reasonable times to enable the commissioner to determine whether such organization,
insurer, group, or association and, in the case of an insurer or rating organization,
every rate, rating plan, and rating system made or used by it complies with the provisions
of this part 4 applicable to it. The maintenance of such records in the office of a licensed rating organization
of which an insurer is a member or subscriber will be sufficient compliance with this
section for any insurer maintaining membership or subscribership in such organization
to the extent that the insurer uses the rates, rating plans, rating systems, or underwriting
rules of such organization. Such records shall be maintained in an office within this state or shall be made
available for examination or inspection by the commissioner at any time, upon reasonable
(2) All records of any such organization or individual insurer dealing with workers'
compensation and employer's liability insurance incidental thereto and written in
connection therewith shall be subject to the requirements of article 44 of title 8,
C.R.S., concerning the filing of its system of rates.
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