(a) If the boards of directors of at least two life insurance companies determine
by majority vote to merge or consolidate, the boards of directors shall prepare a
proposed plan of merger or consolidation. The plan may contain:
(1) a future allocation of divisible surplus; or
(2) any other fair arrangement by which any equitable interests of the mutual life
insurance company's policyholders may be adjusted.
(b) The boards of directors shall file the proposed plan with the commissioner for
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