(a) A proposed stipulated premium company's capital stock must be in an amount of
at least $200,000.
(b) All of the capital stock required by Subsection (a) must be fully subscribed and
paid up and delivered to the incorporators before the articles of incorporation are
(c) To be incorporated, a stipulated premium company must possess at the time of incorporation,
in addition to its capital, surplus in an amount of at least $75,000. The amount of the surplus is not required to be stated in the company's articles
(d) At the time of incorporation the minimum capital and surplus shall consist only
(1) United States currency;
(2) bonds of the United States, this state, or a county or municipality of this state;
(3) government insured mortgage loans that are authorized by this chapter, with not
more than 50 percent of the minimum capital invested in first mortgage real property
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