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Illinois Statutes Chapter 215. Insurance § 5/113. When Certificate of Authority to Issue

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§ 113. When Certificate of Authority to Issue. When a foreign or alien company has complied with the requirements of this Article and all other requirements imposed on such company by existing laws and has paid the taxes, fees and charges imposed by law, and the operational history of the company when reviewed in conjunction with its loss experience, the kinds and nature of risks insured, the financial condition of the company and its ownership and the ratio of annual premium volume to incurred acquisition expenses and to its policyholders' surplus indicates a condition such that the expanded operation of the company in this State will not create a condition which might be hazardous to its policyholders, creditors or the general public, the Director must file in his office the documents delivered to him and must issue to the company a certificate of authority to transact in this State the kind or kinds of business specified therein. Such certificate shall expire on the 30th day of June of the calendar year succeeding the calendar year in which such certificate is issued.

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