(1) Whenever the commissioner has reasonable cause to believe, and determines that
any insurer has committed or engaged in, or is committing or engaging in or is about
to commit or engage in any act, practice, or transaction that would subject it to
formal delinquency proceedings under this subtitle, the commissioner may make and
serve upon the insurer and any other persons involved an emergency order in accordance
with KRS 13B.125, other than seizure orders under KRS 304.33-120, as is reasonably necessary to correct, eliminate, or remedy the conduct, condition,
or ground. If the emergency order is for a restoration of or addition to capital, it shall
be carried out as provided in KRS 304.24-350.
(2) The commissioner may apply for and any court of general jurisdiction may grant,
restraining orders, temporary and permanent injunctions, and other orders as are deemed
necessary to enforce an emergency order.
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