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Any corporation heretofore organized and existing pursuant to law for the purpose of making insurance on the lives of individuals, may take advantage and have the benefit of this act by filing in the office of the commissioner of insurance a declaration of the company, signed by the president and secretary, giving the name of the corporation, a copy of the bylaws, the form of application adopted by them, and a copy of the policy contract proposed to be issued to individuals, together with a fee of one hundred dollars. The commissioner of insurance shall submit all documents to the attorney general for his examination, and if found by him to be in accordance with the law he shall certify to and deliver the same to the commissioner of insurance, who shall retain such documents on file, and upon compliance by said company with the provisions of this code the commissioner of insurance shall issue his certificate authorizing said company to do business in this state under the provisions of this code.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 40. Insurance § 40-504. Certificate of authority; procedure and fee; duties of attorney general - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-40-insurance/ks-st-sect-40-504.html
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