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Maryland Code, Insurance § 27-205

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(a) A person may not knowingly file with a supervisory or other public official, make, publish, disseminate, circulate, deliver to another person, place before the public, or cause directly or indirectly to be made, published, disseminated, circulated, delivered to another person, or placed before the public a false statement of the financial condition of an insurer.

(b) A person may not:

(1) make a false entry in a book, report, or statement of an insurer with intent to deceive an agent or examiner lawfully appointed to examine the condition or affairs of the insurer or a public official to whom the insurer is required by law to report or who has authority by law to examine the condition or affairs of the insurer;  or

(2) with intent to deceive, willfully omit to make a true entry of a material fact about the business of the insurer in a book, report, or statement of the insurer.

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