Indiana Code Title 27. Insurance § 27-2-1-1

Sec. 1 . Actuaries of mutual fire insurance companies or associations organized by virtue of the laws of this state for the purpose of mutual insurance of the property of its members against loss by fire or damage by lightning, which property to be insured shall embrace dwelling-houses, barns, accompanying outbuildings and their contents, farm implements, hay, grain, wool and other farm products, live stock, wagons, carriages, harness, household goods, wearing apparel, provisions, musical instruments and libraries, such property being upon farms as farm property, shall have the authority to administer oaths to the insured and all persons necessary to be examined as witnesses in the adjustment of losses to the property of persons insured in said companies or associations where such loss was caused by fire or lightning.


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