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Idaho Statutes Title 41. Insurance § 41-3316. Termination of rehabilitation

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(1) Whenever the director believes further attempts to rehabilitate an insurer would substantially increase the risk of loss to creditors, policyholders, or the public, or would be futile, the director may petition the district court for an order of liquidation.  A petition under the provisions of this subsection shall have the same effect as a petition under the provisions of section 41-3317, Idaho Code.  The district court shall permit the directors of the insurer to take such actions as are reasonably necessary to defend against the petition and may order payment from the estate of the insurer of such costs and other expenses of defense as justice may require.

(2) The rehabilitator may at any time petition the district court for an order terminating rehabilitation of an insurer.  The court shall also permit the directors of the insurer to petition the court for an order terminating rehabilitation of the insurer and may order payment from the estate of the insurer of such costs and other expenses of such petition as justice may require.  If the district court finds that rehabilitation has been accomplished and that grounds for rehabilitation under the provisions of section 41-3312, Idaho Code, no longer exist, it shall order that the insurer be restored to possession of its property and the control of its business.  The district court may also make that finding and issue that order at any time upon its own motion.

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