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Mississippi Code Title 83. Insurance § 83-11-219. Application for certificate;  required submissions

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An application for an original certificate of authority as an automobile club shall be made to the commissioner in such form and detail as the commissioner shall prescribe and shall have annexed thereto:

(a) A copy of its charter as amended, certified, if a foreign company, by the proper public officer of the state or country of domicile;

(b) A copy of its bylaws, if any, certified by its proper officer;

(c) A statement of its financial condition, management, and affairs;

(d) A copy of each form of service agreement, contract, and service brochure it proposes to use in this state;

(e) If a foreign company, a certificate from the proper public official from its state or country of domicile showing that it is duly organized and is authorized to transact the type of automobile club service which it proposes to transact in Mississippi;

(f) Other documents or stipulations as the commissioner may reasonably require to evidence compliance with the provisions of the laws of the State of Mississippi;

(g) A certificate issued by the secretary of state that it has qualified to do business as a corporation in this state, and that it has appointed the commissioner as its attorney to receive service of legal process.

The application shall be accompanied by a fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00), payable to the State of Mississippi.

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