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Ohio Revised Code Title XXXIX. Insurance § 3925.26

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When a company organized under section 3925.25 of the Revised Code desires to do business in another state, by the laws of which, to qualify it therefor, it must make a deposit of securities assigned in trust for the benefit of its policyholders with an officer of this state, the treasurer of state shall receive such deposit and issue therefor to the company his receipt, giving a pertinent description of the securities and a certificate of their market value.  The treasurer of state shall issue a like certificate to the superintendent of insurance, who shall place it on file in his office.  Such company may exchange these securities for other like securities, in whole or in part, as far as its business requires, and it may wholly withdraw them if it discontinues business in such other state.  Such changes or withdrawals of securities shall at once be certified by the treasurer of state to the superintendent.

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