(a) A domestic insurance company may not make an expenditure of $100 or more unless
the expenditure is evidenced by a voucher that:
(1) is signed by or on behalf of the individual, firm, or corporation that receives
the money; and
(2) describes the consideration received for the payment correctly.
(b) For an expenditure for both services and disbursements, the voucher must state
the services rendered and disbursement made.
(c) For an expenditure related to a matter pending before a legislature or public
body or a department or officer of a state or government, the voucher must describe
both the nature of the matter and the interest of the company in the matter correctly.
(d) If the domestic insurance company cannot obtain a voucher as required by this
section, the expenditure must be evidenced by:
(1) a paid check; or
(2) an affidavit that:
(A) describes the nature and purpose of the expenditure; and
(B) states the reason the voucher was not obtained.
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