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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 59A. Insurance Code § 59A-39-25. Merger or conversion

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A. A domestic reciprocal insurer upon the affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds of its subscribers who vote on such merger pursuant to due notice, and the approval of the superintendent of the terms therefor after a hearing thereon may merge with another reciprocal insurer or be converted to a stock or mutual insurer.

B. Such a stock or mutual insurer shall be subject to the same capital or surplus requirements and shall have the same rights as a like domestic insurer transacting like kinds of insurance.

C. The superintendent shall not approve any plan for such merger or conversion which is unfair or inequitable to subscribers, or in violation of law or subject to reasonable obligation, or which, if for conversion to a stock insurer, does not give each subscriber preferential right to acquire stock of the proposed insurer proportionate to his interest in the reciprocal insurer as determined in accordance with Section 681 of this article and a reasonable length of time within which to exercise such right.

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