In all proceedings and judicial reviews thereof under sections 375.1164 to 375.1170, all records of the insurer, other documents, and all department of commerce and
insurance files and court records and papers, so far as they pertain to or are a part
of the record of the proceedings, shall be and remain open and public records until
the termination of such proceedings; except as is necessary to obtain compliance
therewith, unless and until the court, upon motion of the receiver, and after hearing
arguments from the parties, shall determine that preservation of the assets and claims
of the insurer require confidentiality as to specific records or documents, and shall
enter an order of such findings.
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