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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 59A. Insurance Code § 59A-39-10. Attorney's bond

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A. Concurrently with the filing of the declaration provided for in Section 663 of this article, the attorney of a domestic reciprocal insurer shall file with the superintendent a bond in favor of this state for the benefit of all persons damaged as a result of breach by the attorney of the conditions of this bond as set forth in Subsection B, below.  The bond shall be executed by the attorney and by an authorized corporate surety, and shall be subject to the superintendent's approval.

B. The bond shall be in the penal sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), aggregate in form, conditioned that the attorney will faithfully account for all moneys and other property of the insurer coming into his hands, and that he will not withdraw or appropriate to his own use from the funds of the insurer any moneys or property to which he is not entitled under the power of attorney.

C. The bond shall provide that is   1 not subject to cancellation unless thirty (30) days' advance notice in writing of cancellation is given both the attorney and the superintendent.

1  So in original;  probably should read “that it is”.

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