Mississippi Code Title 83. Insurance § 83-5-21. Failure to satisfy judgment; revocation of license
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If a judgment shall be rendered by any court in this state against any insurance company, and such judgment shall not be paid and satisfied within ninety days after the same shall have become final, it shall be the imperative duty of the commissioner, immediately upon being advised that such judgment has not been paid or satisfied within the time named, to revoke any and every authority, license, or certificate granted to such insurance company, or any agent thereof, to transact any business in this state until again duly licensed. In case of such revocation, no renewal license or certificate of authority to transact business in this state shall be granted to such insurance company for three years after such revocation, and not then unless such judgment has been satisfied. Whenever such license shall be revoked, the commissioner shall give notice of such revocation by mail to every agent of such insurance company who shall have obtained any certificate of authority to transact business for such insurance company in this state.
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