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The insurer required to furnish the annual audited financial report shall require the independent certified public accountant to report in writing within five (5) business days to the board of directors or its audit committee any reasonable belief by the independent certified public accountant that the insurer has materially misstated its financial condition as reported to the commissioner as of the balance sheet date currently under examination or that the insurer does not meet the minimum capital and surplus requirement of the state insurance laws as of that date. An insurer who has received a report pursuant to this paragraph shall forward a copy of the report to the commissioner within five (5) business days of receipt of such report and shall provide the independent certified public accountant making the report with evidence of the report being furnished to the commissioner. If the independent certified public accountant fails to receive such evidence within the required five (5) business days period, the independent certified public accountant shall furnish to the commissioner a copy of its report within the next five (5) business days.
No independent public accountant shall be liable in any manner to any person for any statement made in connection with the above paragraph if such statement is made in good faith in compliance with the above paragraph.
If the accountant, subsequent to the date of the audited financial report filed pursuant to Sections 83-5-101 through 83-5-113, becomes aware of facts which might have affected his report, the accountant is obligated to take such action as prescribed in Volume I, Section AU 561 of the Professional Standards of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
If any member of the police force, who is a member of said fund, in good standing shall voluntarily retire therefrom and his resignation be accepted, the commission shall return to him all the assessments which he has paid into the fund; and in case of the death of any such member of the police force, while in the employ of the commission, whose death did not occur in the performance of duty and who at his death was not receiving a pension as provided for in sections 40:37-157 to 40:37-168 of this Title, the commission shall return to his legal representatives all the assessments by him paid into the fund if he left no widow or minor child or children surviving him, but if he left a widow surviving him the park commission shall pay the widow of any such member, an annual pension equal to 1/2 of the average annual salary being paid such member for the last 3 years of his employment prior to the time of his death, under the same terms and conditions as prescribed for widows of members of the police force or department retired and pensioned as provided in section 40:37-165 of this Title.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 83. Insurance § 83-5-110. Report of misstated or inadequate financial condition - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-83-insurance/ms-code-sect-83-5-110/
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