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Maryland Code, Insurance § 27-304.1

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(a) The commissioner or a person authorized by the commissioner may:

(1) visit:

(A) a general, local, or other office of an insurer engaged in the business of insurance in this state;

(B) the insurer's home office located outside this state, if applicable;  and

(C) the office of any of the insurer's officers, directors, agents, or other representatives;  and

(2) require the insurer or an officer, director, agent, or other representative of the insurer to produce for inspection by the commissioner or the commissioner's authorized representative all of the books, records, and papers of the insurer, officer, director, agent, or representative.

(b) The commissioner or the commissioner's authorized representative may:

(1) examine and make or have made copies of the books, records, and papers described by Subsection (a);  and

(2) take testimony under oath regarding the books, records, and papers and compel the attendance of witnesses for that purpose.

Cite this article: - Maryland Code, Insurance § 27-304.1 - last updated December 31, 2021 |

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