An agency contract entered into on or after August 27, 1973, by an insurer writing
fire and casualty insurance in this state must contain, or shall be construed to contain,
the following provision:
Notwithstanding any other provision of this contract, the obligation of the agent
to remit written premiums to the insurer shall be changed on the commencement of a
delinquency proceeding as defined by Chapter 443, Insurance Code, as amended. After the commencement of the delinquency proceeding, the obligation of the agent
to remit premiums is limited to premiums earned before the cancellation date of insurance
policies stated in the order of a court of competent jurisdiction under Chapter 443,
Insurance Code, canceling the policies. The agent does not owe and may not be required to remit to the insurer or to the
receiver any premiums that are unearned as of the cancellation date stated in the
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