(1) The commissioner may accept the home office real property of a domestic insurer
as a part of any deposit of assets required of the insurer under this code. For this purpose the insurer shall convey such real property by deed to the commissioner,
and the deed shall be duly recorded and deposited with the commissioner.
(2) Real property so deposited shall not be sold or further encumbered by the insurer
except upon advance approval of the commissioner after full submission of the purposes
and detail of the sale or encumbrance to the commissioner. The commissioner shall join in the execution of any deed or other document required
to consummate the sale or encumbrance. Upon the sale or encumbrance the insurer shall deposit other assets in lieu of
such real property.
(3) This real property shall be valued at its fair value as determined by the commissioner.
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