Stock casualty insurance companies of other States and foreign governments, organized
to transact any of the classes of insurance mentioned in subdivision (c), section
two hundred and two (202) 1 of this act, in order to be licensed to do business in this Commonwealth, must have
a paid up and safely invested capital and surplus, if a company of another State,
or a deposit in the United States, if a company of a foreign government, of at least
the amount required in this act for domestic companies.
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